Computational Storage: Bringing Acceleration Closer to Data
High-performance storage is changing as acceleration moves closer to storage and traditional form factors change to accommodate. Join BittWare and co-presenters Stephen Bates, CTO of Eideticom, and Peter Baldwin, CEO of Myrtle.ai, as we explain where computational storage is today—and where it’s going.
Case studies include ZFS compression for Los Alamos National Lab and a new recommendation system accelerator from Myrtle.ai.
We will also debut a new 250-series accelerator and give an update on our NVMe High-Speed Data Recorder project.