Physical Storage

Today all the EDSFF family of form factors share the same protocol (NVMe), the same interface (PCIe), the same edge connector (SFF-TA-1002), and the same pinout and functions (SFF-TA-1009). There is a vast diversity of Enterprise and Datacenter applications. This presentation, from the 2020 OCP Summit, explains how having a flexible and scalable family of form factors allows for optimization for different use cases, different media types on SSDs, scalable performance, and improved data center TCO. the specification.

Internet of things has revolutionized the industry but it has given a big challenge to data center solutions. The rapid generation of massive amounts of data and it's processing requires data centers to be highly scalable and reliable. We will take a look at how this problem can be solved by enhancing the data center policies and storage tiering to optimize overall performance.
 
Learning Outcomes
a. Internet of Things
 
b. Data center problems due to massive amount of IoT data
 
The presentation showcases the performance and benefits of the Intel Optane storage as an SSD in Android OS. We have done comprehensive analysis of the Optane storage advantages and how it can impact on the Android OS workloads. Our analysis is majorly based on the Optane used as a SSD in a M.2. Interface. 
We made a fair comparison with the Samsung 960 Pro SSD (which is the best NVMe based popular SSD), we have analyzed the performance in various conditions such as boot, file transfer, Data base performance, AI capabilities and also on imaging and graphics workloads.
In this presentation, a brief introduction of new interconnect standard CCIX will be presented, followed by storage use case acceleration achievable with CCIX. CCIX is a new class of interconnect focused on emerging acceleration applications such as machine learning, network processing, storage off-load, in-memory data base and 4G/5G wireless technology.
Handheld devices, in the form of tablets, smartphones and wearables are becoming increasingly commonplace. Mobile applications with ever increasing feature sets are also being released. Owing to their rich features and large working sets, mobile applications are increasingly becoming constrained by memory capacity and bandwidth.
 

"Internet of things has revolutionized the industry but it has given a big challenge to data center solutions. The rapid generation of massive amounts of data and it's processing requires data centers to be highly scalable and reliable. We will take a look at how this problem can be solved by enhancing the data center policies and storage tiering to optimize overall performance.

Learning Outcomes

a. Internet of Things

b. Data center problems due to massive amount of IoT data

c. Data center policies and storage tiering to optimize IoT data handling"

Driven by the demand for fast response time to users when challenged with huge data sets, Computational Storage has emerged as a fast growing data center infrastructure tool, especially with the transition to PCIe Flash.  Adding intelligence direct to Flash storage devices is a simple idea that can save expensive and time consuming data movement to the host CPU while parallelizing compute across storage drives.  This presentation will discuss the technology and market demands, application use cases and standardization efforts that are propelling Computational Storage to be a leading Flash b

Up until now, much of the apparent innovation of IoT has been centered around devices, platforms, ancillary technology areas like Edge, 5G, and the new use cases they create. Yet, the true value of IoT is in the data. IoT and its ecosystem is continuously and steadily creating new data silos making it imperative for enterprises to analyse and handle this data much more effectively than ever. IoT application areas such as smart cities, smart retail, connected devices, smart homes and mobility are demanding changes in the way this voluminous data is analysed. 
 

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