SSD Storage

SSD Storage

Customizable and More Efficient Computational Storage - ScaleFlux Briefing Note Data-driven, processing-intensive workloads like database processing, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), and content delivery networks (CDN) require new levels of storage performance, which today is coming to mean deployment on a non-volatile memory express (NVMe)
How to Maximize Resources and Efficiency for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Edge Compute – Liqid Briefing Note - Composable infrastructure, whereby resources are disaggregated and may be re-composed on the fly, stands to serve a number of key, future-forward IT infrastructure requirements. Resources may be added and then returned for use by a different application on the fly.
Bringing the Cloud Model to On-Premises Flash Storage – StorPool Briefing Note - Legacy storage-area network (SAN) architectures are notoriously expensive and complex, leading many enterprises to consider migrating workloads off-premises. However, the public cloud model carries recurring costs that add up over time; with the growing petabytes of data that need to
NVMe-oF At Scale for Performance-Intensive Applications – E8 Storage Briefing Note - One of the most significant challenges facing the storage industry today is minimizing application latency without breaking the bank, during the shift to premium-priced non-volatile memory express (NVMe) flash storage systems. The lightning-fast levels of solid-state drive (SSDs) performance and
Streaming Big Data Processing for Media Production and Beyond – Quantum Briefing Note - Organizations across industries are looking for ways to harness massive sets of streaming data. This pain point is especially true in the media and entertainment industry. High-resolution content is vastly increasing file size, and a growing number of users must
Overcoming NFS as a Machine Learning Inhibitor – Quobyte Briefing Note - In today’s insights economy, much can be gleaned from the hyperscale cloud (Amazon, Google, Azure) providers’ ability to deliver an infrastructure that provides strong degrees of data resiliency and protection, agility, and performance – with minimal intervention from storage administrators.
Hyperscale Data Acceleration – Vexata Briefing Note - Workloads such as high-performance transactional databases, high-volume analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) stand to unlock new value for the business, and non-volatile memory express (NVMe) promises to deliver on these levels of performance. However, deploying NVMe at
Are Storage Infrastructures Fixing the Wrong Problem? – Formulus Black Briefing Note - When the CPU needs data, the role of the storage system is to transfer information into main memory so the CPU can process it. The memory channels between the CPU and main memory is very fast and the number of
Enabling Intel Optane for Modern Applications – MemVerge Briefing Note - Workloads, from a performance perspective, are polarizing. Many workloads have all their performance demands met by the typical all-flash array. At the other pole however is a group of applications that need more performance that what even NVMe based storage
A Consolidation-Driven Approach to Storage Modernization – INFINIDAT Briefing Note - Enterprises’ storage capacity requirements continue to grow, with many approaching petabyte (PB) scale. At the same time, a greater diversity of workloads is being served, creating the need for multiple storage protocols to address a range of performance, retention and

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