Panel Discussion: Is Computational Storage a Better Path to Extreme Performance?

Vendors are re-writing software and adding custom hardware in an attempt to not bottleneck extremely low latency NVMe Flash and Storage Class Memory technologies. Eventually, they all are at the mercy of physics. Data has to traverse an internal and sometimes and external network so the computing tier can process it. Computational Storage offers an alternative by performing at least some of the processing on the storage device itself, eliminating most of the network activity.

Join Storage Switzerland’s Lead Analyst, George Crump as he leads a panel of computational storage experts to include NGD System’s Scott Shadley, ScaleFlux’s Thad Omura, and Samsung’s Pankaj Mehra as preview the Computational Storage Workshop at the Flash Memory Summit on Thursday, August 8th.

Join the panel to learn

  • What is Computational Storage?
  • Why does it Matter?
  • What are the Use Cases / Success stories

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George Crump is the Chief Marketing Officer at VergeIO, the leader in Ultraconverged Infrastructure. Prior to VergeIO he was Chief Product Strategist at StorONE. Before assuming roles with innovative technology vendors, George spent almost 14 years as the founder and lead analyst at Storage Switzerland. In his spare time, he continues to write blogs on Storage Switzerland to educate IT professionals on all aspects of data center storage. He is the primary contributor to Storage Switzerland and is a heavily sought-after public speaker. With over 30 years of experience designing storage solutions for data centers across the US, he has seen the birth of such technologies as RAID, NAS, SAN, Virtualization, Cloud, and Enterprise Flash. Before founding Storage Switzerland, he was CTO at one of the nation's largest storage integrators, where he was in charge of technology testing, integration, and product selection.

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