Intel field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and Intel Solid State Drives (SSDs) are used by storage and data center operators to create elastic pools of Non-Volatile Memory Express over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) storage. The solution offers new levels of performance and efficiency in big data and enterprise applications and also enables real time analytics.
Among several other activities, Intel is going to demonstrate this storage acceleration solution at the upcoming Flash Memory Summit which is going to be held on 7th August and will continue till 10th August at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
At the aforementioned event, Intel and Attala Systems will be offering a proof-of-concept demonstration of the FPGA-BASED accelerated RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) networking solution at the Intel booth. It’s a high-performance composable storage infrastructure offering features like self-learning orchestration and provisioning capabilities.
Intel to Feature FPGA-Accelerated Storage Technology at Flash Memory Summit
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It carries the potential to remove many inefficiencies of the conventional storage architecture. This, in turn, results in an adaptable storage infrastructure that is an elastic block storage (EBS) solution, accelerated.
Customers interested in applying FPGAs for NVMe acceleration can also avail the benefit of Intel’s data center leadership. It includes new Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, memory, a full portfolio of optimized tools and software, and a global partner ecosystem across the spectrum of deployment models.
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