Initial 3000-series customers agree, “The easiest way to cope with data growth is by deploying SSDs with computational storage technology.”
SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 2, 2022 – ScaleFlux, Inc., the leader in deploying SSDs with Computational Storage at scale, today announced the general availability of its 3000-series suite of products based on its new System-on-Chip (SoC) Storage Processor, the ScaleFlux SFX 3000. Featuring full compatibility with NVMe, ScaleFlux is delivering a better SSD with a zero-friction customer experience; no new drivers or application development is required.
This new line of products includes the CSD 3000 series NVMe Computational Storage Drives, NSD 3000 series NVMe SSDs, and SFX 3000 storage processing SoC. ScaleFlux will showcase these breakthrough solutions during its sponsorship of the 2022 Flash Memory Summit, taking place Aug. 2-4 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Attendees can visit at ScaleFlux at booth #819 to learn how customers use 3000-series SSDs to drive more performance through more data with more capacity density; without adding complexity for high-performance workloads like Redis, MySQL, and Aerospike.