ScaleFlux is upping its computational storage drive’s capacity from 12TB to a logical 24TB.
The company provides CSD 3000 drives featuring an SFX 3000 ASIC, a system-on-chip with twin quad-core ARM processors, hardware compute engine, and a PCIe gen 4 interface. It provides transparent compression/decompression, increases the drive’s logical capacity, and also its endurance by reducing the drive’s write storage burden. We have seen a presentation deck it will use at FMS 2023 where it is exhibiting this week in Santa Clara. […]