It is the second part of our serial blogs on In-storage Transparent Compression: A Catalyst for Innovating Infrastructure Software. Part 2: Improve the TPS performance of PostgreSQL.
In-storage Transparent Compression: A Catalyst for Innovating Infrastructure Software
This is the first part of our serial blogs on In-storage Transparent Compression: A Catalyst for Innovating Infrastructure Software. Part 1: prologue. Why is In-storage transparent compression our best option to kick off the journey of commercializing computational storage drives (CSDs)?
NVIDIA Magnum IO GPUDirect (with Computational) Storage
A brief overview of how the ScaleFlux CSD 2000 can deliver users of NVIDIA Magnum IO GPUDirect Storage even more value.
Enabling QLC for Enterprise PCIe Flash Deployments – How to overcome the endurance and performance limitations of QLC
Learn from Dr Tong Zhong, ScaleFlux Chief Scientist, about how the use of transparent compression in the Flash Drive controller and FTL combine to improve the operation of the drive and offset the lower endurance and performance attributes of QLC NAND.
Enterprise PCIe Flash Storage at <$0.01/GB per year…really? Yes, really.
JB Baker, ScaleFlux VP of Marketing, gives an overview of how the CSD 2000 Data Scale Edition leverages ScaleFlux’s technology and QLC NAND to deliver extremely economical PCIe Flash storage for the enterprise and data center deployments.
What is a Computational Storage Drive? Much needed help for CPUs
In this blog published on Infoworld, Dr Tong Zhang describes how offloading heavy-duty computation tasks to storage nodes would work to enable efficient scaling of data center performance.