Companies Struggle to Push Workloads to the Edge
The spirit is willing, but the technology is weak. Moving to the edge is impeded by lack of processing power, space limitations, and legacy technology, according to a new survey.
Storage management a weak area for most enterprises
Survey finds companies are adopting technology for such things as AI, machine learning, edge computing and IoT, but still use legacy storage that can't handle those workloads.
Enterprises adopt edge workloads, yet still use unsuitable legacy storage solutions
By 2025 organizations will churn out 175 zetta-bytes of data, IDC predicts. However bottlenecks and compute problems continue to plague IT pros as they struggle to support their growing edge workloads, acording to a survey of more than 300 storage professionals by NGD Systems.
NGD Systems Survey Reveals Challenges Enterprises Face in Supporting Growing Edge Workloads With Current Infrastructure
By 2025, IDC predicts organizations will churn out 175 zetta-bytes of data. However, a new survey of more than 300 storage professionals by computational storage leader NGD Systems, Inc. found that bottlenecks and compute problems continue to plague IT pros as they struggle to support their growing edge workloads. In the study entitled The State of Storage and Edge Computing conducted by Dimensional Research, barely one in 10 respondents gave themselves an "A" grade for their compute and storage capabilities.
Enterprises struggle to support edge workloads
The use of edge computing is driving a need for more local computing power, but a new study reveals that enterprises are facing problems when it comes to supporting edge workloads.
NGD Systems Survey Reveals Challenges in Supporting Growing Edge Workloads
A new survey of more than 300 storage professionals by computational storage company NGD Systems reportedly has found that bottlenecks and compute problems continue to plague IT pros as they struggle to support growing edge workloads. In the study entitled The State of Storage and Edge Computing conducted by Dimensional Research, barely one in 10 respondents gave themselves an “A” grade for their compute and storage capabilities.
‘Computational Storage’: Edge Intelligence for Next-Gen IoT
The intelligent edge has gained much buzz recently, including interesting comments from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella during a keynote at Mobile World Congress. But as IoT devices and applications become more advanced, producing more data and demanding greater speed and power, the need arises for a more efficient edge computing approach.
GTC 2019, Artificial Intelligence, and Computational Storage
NVIDIA’s 2019 GPU Technology Conference (GTC) kicked off on Monday of this week at the San Jose Convention Center. While the name of the conference might suggest to the uninitiated that it would be around gaming and other graphics technology
NGD Systems: Availability of Newport Platform for Deployment of Computational Storage Devices
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NGD Systems Delivers Industry’s First Scalable NVMe Computational Storage Platform
A recent press release reports, “NGD Systems, Inc., the leader in computational storage, today announced the general availability of the 16TB U.2 NVMe SSD, the first of the Newport Platform of products for broad deployment of computational storage devices. The Newport Platform offers the highest capacity NVMe SSDs and leverages In-Situ processing to eliminate the need for data movement to main memory prior to processing, removing a major bottleneck that’s never previously been addressed. The Newport Platform makes it possible to implement intelligent edge and hyperscale environments with much greater efficiency and lower cost, providing customers a significant TCO benefit.”