ScaleFlux Computational Storage Transforms Cloud InfrastructureAugust 8, 2018
ScaleFlux, Inc., a pioneer in deploying Computational Storage at scale, is rapidly expanding its market reach directly with Tier-1 customers worldwide. The launch of its 2nd generation Computational Storage platform brings support for cutting edge NAND technology and delivers performance enhancements across the board to maintain its lead in maximizing flash infrastructure.
Hao Zhong, CEO and Co-Founder of ScaleFlux, will deliver a keynote presentation titled "Computational Storage: Acceleration Through Intelligence and Agility", Wednesday, Aug 8 @ 2:10pm in the main hall of Flash Memory Summit. This presentation will cover how hyperscale/cloud environments are realizing a 10X improvement in hybrid transactional and analytical processing capabilities. In addition, webscalers in markets spanning online gaming, adtech, and digital payments who heavily depend on high transaction applications have realized the benefits of ScaleFlux Computational Storage over other Flash storage solutions.
"PhonePe is leading India’s digital payments revolution through super reliable payment processing infrastructure that continues to grow our transactions threefold year on year," said Burzin Engineer, Chief Reliability Officer for PhonePe, a Flipkart Company. "ScaleFlux is accelerating multiple, business-critical applications for us so we can most efficiently scale our low-latency, Flash storage deployment."
2nd GENERATION PLATFORM LAUNCHED
ScaleFlux has released its 2nd generation product platform highlighted by several key new capabilities and features:
- Rev 2.x of its host-controlled Flash translation and management software solution that provides higher throughput, lower latency, VMware ESXi 6.5 & 6.5 U1 support, and expanded storage capacity support
- Support for industry leading, state-of-the-art 3D TLC NAND technologies from both Toshiba and Micron
- Customizable database engine accelerator for transactional and analytical workloads delivering an order-of-magnitude performance improvement vs. NVMe SSDs