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Computational storage startup Pliops launches flagship product

Published on 3rd August, 2021, 11:00 AM

A startup called Pliops has emerged from stealth mode with a new way to do data processing. Rather than load data into main memory as is traditionally done, the Pliops technology offloads data and the application to a PCI Express card, and data is processed where it is stored, thus freeing up the CPU for other tasks.

It's called computational storage. The concept has been around for a while, but like so many technological ideas, it was ahead of its time. The technology needed to catch up to the concept. It could never be done with mechanical hard drives, and SSDs, too, needed to make gains. Recently, Samsung and Xilinx partnered to deliver a compute-on-storage SSD device that uses a Xilinx FPGA to offload the processing work.

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The many faces of awk

Published on 3rd August, 2021, 1:40 AM

If you only use awk when you need to select specific fields from lines of text, you might be missing out on a lot of other services that the command can provide. In this post, we'll look at this simple use along with many other things that awk can do for you with enough examples to show you that the command is a lot more flexible than you might have imagined.

Plucking out columns of data

The easiest and most commonly used service that awk provides is selecting specific fields from files or from data that is piped to it. With the default of using white space as a field separator, this is very simple:

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SSD prices expected to spike as Intel, AMD ship new server processors

Published on 2nd August, 2021, 11:00 AM

Prices of enterprise-grade solid-state drives are likely to jump in the coming months, perhaps by as much as 15% over current SSD prices, says TrendForce, a Taiwanese market research firm that focuses on the memory market.

In a rare and no doubt unintentional move, Intel and AMD are on a path to begin shipping new processors at roughly the same time: Intel with its Ice Lake generation of Xeon processors and AMD with its Milan processors. You can expect HP Enterprise, Dell Technologies, Lenovo, Super Micro, and every other OEM to unleash a raft of servers at the same quarter as they usually do.

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