Accelerate Disaggregated Storage to Optimize Data-Intensive Workloads

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Moderator: Tim Lustig, NVIDIA; Panelists: Kfir Wolfson, Pliops and John F. Kim, NVIDIA

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Thanks to big data, artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of things (IoT), and 5G, demand for data storage continues to grow significantly. The rapid growth is causing storage and database-specific processing challenges within current storage architectures. New architectures, designed with millisecond latency, and high throughput, offer in-network and storage computational processing to offload and accelerate data-intensive workloads. Join technology innovators as they highlight how to drive value and accelerate SSD storage through the specialized implementation of key value technology to remove inefficiencies through a Data Processing Unit for hardware acceleration of the storage stacks, and a hardware-enabled Storage Data Processor to accelerate compute-intensive functions. By joining, you will learn why SSDs are a staple in modern storage architectures. These disaggegated systems use just a fraction of computational load and power while unlocking the full potential of networked flash storage.

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