SAN JOSE, Calif. — ScaleFlux, Inc., the pioneer in deploying Computational Storage at scale, is proud to receive a Flash Memory Summit best-of-show award during a remarkable debutante …
SAN JOSE, Calif. — ScaleFlux, Inc., the pioneer in deploying Computational Storage at scale, is proud to receive a Flash Memory Summit best-of-show award during a remarkable debutante appearance at the industry conference. ScaleFlux’s win of the Most Innovative Flash Memory Startup category is an exciting capstone to a busy week that included a well-trafficked expo booth, recognition as the market leader for Computational Storage by IT Brand Pulse, and a rousing keynote presentation. The ScaleFlux staff are humbled and thrilled by the show response and will build on the momentum to bring the CSS solution to mass market adoption.
“Computational Storage is the next big thing to address the performance needs of customers implementing big data applications at scale,” said Jay Kramer, Chairman of the Awards Program and President of Network Storage Advisors Inc. “We are proud to recognize ScaleFlux with their CSS 1000 Series achieving incredible transaction-per-second throughput by bringing heavy duty compute engines to the data to address predictable QoS performance for business-critical applications.”
ScaleFlux CEO and Co-Founder Hao Zhong’s Wednesday afternoon keynote announced expanding hyperscale usage, delved into the theory behind the company’s development process, and delivered a compelling vision for Computational Storage at large.
“It is my pleasure and privilege to accept the award for Most Innovative Startup on behalf of the ScaleFlux team,” said Hao. “Being selected by Flash Memory Summit among industry greats lends credibility to the traction of our product and direction. Look to us for continued innovation as we bring Computational Storage to the mainstream market.”
ScaleFlux continues to refine its key technology with targets on widespread usage. The newly released 2nd generation platform brings higher performance, lower latency, expanded capacity capability, support for leading-edge 3D TLC NAND, customizable database engine accelerators, and more. In addition, cloud access to Computational Storage via a partnership with Packet allows the easiest accessibility yet at low opportunity cost.