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NVMe SSD portfolio targets cloud data centres

NVMe SSD portfolio targets cloud data centres
The availability of the XD5 Series NVMe SSD platform in a 2.5” low-profile form factor that is optimised for low-latency and performance consistency in read-intensive workloads, has been announced by Toshiba Memory Europe. Developed for both data centre and cloud environments, the new 2.5” form factor XD5 Series is suited for NoSQL databases, large-scale-out data mining and analysis, and streaming applications.
15th March 2019

WekaIO, Western Digital push ahead on NVMe collaboration

WekaIO, a developer of high-performance, scalable file storage for data-intensive applications, and Western Digital are collaborating to deliver a fast scale-out architecture for data-centric high-performance computing (HPC) and machine learning (ML) applications.
5th March 2019

What are the hardware latencies associated with PRU?

What are the hardware latencies associated with PRU?
In this application report from Texas Instruments, the hardware latencies associated with PRU-initiated memory reads are explored. The PRU is a scalar processor, processing each instruction sequentially. With the exception of memory read instructions, all PRU instructions execute in a single cycle. 
28th February 2019


Automotive MCUs introducing Phase Change Memory (PCM)

Why is ST investing in Phase Change Memory?
27th February 2019

NVMe-oF RoCE with DirectFlash fabric to help enterprises unify cloud

NVMe-oF RoCE with DirectFlash fabric to help enterprises unify cloud
All-flash storage specialist, Pure Storage, has announced it has added powerful new DirectFlash Fabric capability for end-to-end NVMe and NVMe-oF support in Purity 5.2, the software-defined engine of its FlashArray//X products. The new capability further extends Pure’s ability to empower customers to approach hybrid cloud with a new level of unified infrastructure.
25th February 2019

Collaboration to provide in-car data centre services

Collaboration to provide in-car data centre services
It has been announced that Toshiba Memory Europe and OSR Enterprises (OSR), creator of the EVOLVER automotive platform, will extend their collaboration on OSR’s in-car Datacenter to enhance live data management and logging in cars. The cooperation will combine technical know-how and hopes to create a ‘Datacenter on Wheels’ with high-density and low-power solid state drives.
25th February 2019

Edge-AI targeted with NVM memory cell

Edge-AI targeted with NVM memory cell
Researchers at CEA-Leti and Stanford University have reportedly developed a circuit integrating multiple-bit non-volatile memory (NVM) technology called Resistive RAM (RRAM) with silicon computing units, as well as new memory resiliency features that provide 2.3-times the capacity of existing RRAM.
25th February 2019

Long term support for DDR3 legacy memory announced

Long term support for DDR3 legacy memory announced
  SMART Modular Technologies has announced plans to offer long term support for a wide variety of its DDR3 legacy modules. SMART’s legacy DDR3 memory product line includes SO-DIMMs up to 16GB, UDIMMs up to 16GB, VLP UDIMMs up to 16GB, Mini-DIMMs up to 8GB and RDIMMs/LRDIMM up to 32GB.
21st February 2019

Motor controller with extended memory for automotive applications

Motor controller with extended memory for automotive applications
TDK Corporation expands its Micronas embedded motor controller portfolio with the HVC 4420F, featuring extended flash memory for the drive of small brush-type, stepper, or brushless motors. It is designed to satisfy the latest needs of the automotive industry to provide diagnostics capability newly introduced in the field of smart actuators. Samples will be available in March 2019. Start of production is planned for 2020.
19th February 2019

Highly reliable range of 3D NAND Flash-based storage solutions

Highly reliable range of 3D NAND Flash-based storage solutions
Speciality memory, storage and hybrid solutions provider, SMART Modular Technologies, a subsidiary of SMART Global Holdings, has introduced its N200 line of SATA products. With burst speed and low power consumption, the N200 family is an ideal economic option for NAS/SAN storage systems, x86 server-storage appliances, distributed scale-out servers, telecom and networking routers and switches, industrial control, and printers.
14th February 2019


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