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  • Monitoring the Health of NVMe SSDs

    Sponsored by: Flash Memory Summit

    Here are insights on how you can manage the status and health of the SSD (like notifying users when an SSD failure occurs).

  • Storage Processors Accelerate Data Workloads

    Sponsored by: Flash Memory Summit

    Storage processors with industry-standard SSDs and add value for many data-intensive applications. Here is a look at how you can use storage processors to speed up data workload.

  • HPE HCI 2.0 for Smart Governments

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Disaggregated hyperconverged infrastructure (dHCI) allows for the development of an always-open, remote working toolkit and the agile infrastructure that the public sector needs to deliver the best value for public money. Check out this white paper to learn 4 specific ways that dHCI is transforming the public sector.

  • Computer Weekly – 12 January 2021: Can AI ever match the power of the brain?

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, artificial intelligence is still no match for the brain – we talk to Intel's neuromorphic computing lab to see how researchers are trying to address that. Our buyer's guide examines identity and access management. And we find out why datacentres are becoming a new target for financial investors. Read the issue now.

  • The Future Adaptable Data Center

    Sponsored by: Flash Memory Summit

    The modern data center must evolve to address the demands of changing workloads. Here, you will gain insights from the VP of Data Center Engineering at Xilinx on the future of the adaptable data center.

  • New Ways to Improve SSD Management and Performance

    Sponsored by: Flash Memory Summit

    Here are some thoughts on how you can optimize NVMe drives to ensure higher endurance and performance.

  • NEO Semiconductor: New Flash Architecture Combines QLC Density with SLC Speed

    Sponsored by: Flash Memory Summit

    QLC NAND flash has already found many applications due to its higher density and lower price than other NAND types. However, a serious limitation is that QLC has relatively low performance (especially write speed).

  • Using Computational Storage to Handle Big Data

    Sponsored by: Flash Memory Summit

    Computational storage examples already in use illustrate ways to overcome bandwidth and data processing issues, and there are still other promising directions to explore for the future.

  • Unified File and Object Storage Update

    Sponsored by: OROCK Technologies

    Read through this e-guide for an overview of unified file and object storage to learn why it is more than the sum of two parts, including its benefits and use cases, but also the challenges it faces before becoming a universal storage format.

  • Using Computational Storage to Handle Big Data

    Sponsored by: Flash Memory Summit

    Computational storage examples already in use illustrate ways to overcome bandwidth and data processing issues, and there are still other promising directions to explore for the future.

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