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SlideShare: 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

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How to Get Your Application Ready for Computational Storage Architecture

At its most basic, computational storage involves putting processing power where the data resides. In the case of flash storage, a computational storage vendor installs processing power on the flash drive. Imagine an array full of 100 flash drives; now

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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

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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)

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