The volume of data we generate is expected to grow by an impressive 27 per cent a year, according to analyst firm IDC. To create value from this data, we must be able to process it into meaningful insights and clearly, data processing can no longer happen only in the cloud. The focus is now on generating insights where the data resides, in storage devices. This is what is driving the rapid development of computational storage.

Computational storage brings processing closer to the data

Computational storage is all about making storage devices smarter to process the data directly where it is stored, on the drive. This approach reduces the movement of large amounts of data to external processing and delivers important benefits including reduced latency and bandwidth usage, increased security, and energy savings.



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