ScaleFlux first introduced the SSD compute platform in 2021, and the company has now announced a higher capacity version of the CSD 3000 drives. The CSD 3000 platform itself is quite powerful, with eight ARM Cortex-A53 cores and several other accelerators.
ScaleFlux is the pioneer in deploying Computational Storage at scale. Computational Storage is the foundation for modern, data-driven infrastructure that enables responsive performance, affordable scaling, and agile platforms for compute and storage I/O intensive applications. Founded in 2014, ScaleFlux is a well-funded startup with leaders proven to deploy complex computing and solid-state storage solutions in volume.
The ScaleFlux computational storage SSDs are in full production now with a custom ASIC. This is a single-chip solution and gives ScaleFlux a space and power advantage over other solutions.
ScaleFlux is upping its computational storage drive’s capacity from 12TB to a logical 24TB.
Computational storage SSDs come in two major formats: programmable and fixed-function. They have stark differences in feature set and market acceptance.
Hao Zhong, is CEO of ScaleFlux, based in San Jose, CA, a company he co-founded in 2014. Before he was at SanDisk for less than… Read More »Exclusive Interview with Hao Zhong, CEO and Co-Founder, ScaleFlux
Joint Testing by Xinnor and ScaleFlux Demonstrates Performance RAID Software Solution for Latency-Sensitive Distributed Database Applications
Xinnor and ScaleFlux, Inc. jointly announced the completion of a feasibility study into the benefits of pairing Xinnor xiRAID with ScaleFlux CSD 3310 NVMe SSDs for latency-sensitive distributed database applications.
A key feature provided by xiRAID is the ability to control the rate of array reconstruction, enabling a predictable reconstruction workload sized to ameliorate contention with host IO.
Insights from Hao Zhong, CEO of ScaleFlux.
ScaleFlux has resurrected compression as a means of increasing the performance, efficiency, capacity, and endurance of enterprise SSDs.
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