Arm technology powers the world’s leading hard disk drives (HDDs) and solid-state drives (SSDs). Our verified, power-efficient processors, system IP, and security combined with the world’s largest ecosystem and support, allow our semiconductor partners to meet the needs of their storage applications – both now and for the future.
A Guide to Computational Storage on Arm
To be successful in this increasingly digital world, organizations need the infrastructure and technology to be capable of delivering and storing data and analytics in a fast, secure and efficient way. Computational storage enables organizations to create customer value by maximizing the benefits of big data. It puts processing power directly on the storage device, giving companies quick and easy access to vital information.
This easy-to-read guide provides an introduction to computational storage and its benefits, walking through real-world examples of how it's deployed today and what to consider when implementing it in your device.
Noam Mizrahi, Fellow, VP Architecture and Solutions at Marvell CTO Office, Marvell
Advance Driver Assistance Systems
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation embedded an Arm Cortex-M0 in its new family of NOR flash memory solutions to meet the growing needs of its Advance Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) customers. NOR solutions enable the processing of complex embedded algorithms for enhanced, more reliable memory, as well as real-time functional safety monitoring to the industry’s stringent ISO 26262 standard.
NVMe Computational Storage Platform
NVMe Computational Storage Platform NGD Systems Newport Platform makes it possible to implement intelligent edge and hyperscale environments with much greater efficiency and with lower cost. Powered by Arm Cortex-A53 processors, the Newport Platform offers the highest capacity NVMe SSDs and leverages in-situ processing to eliminate the need for data movement to main memory prior to processing, removing a major bottleneck that’s never previously been addressed.
Arm Flexible Access offers a simple way to evaluate and fully design system-on-chip (SoC) storage solutions with a wide-ranging mix of Arm IP before committing to production, paying only for what is used at manufacture. With Flexible Access, prototype a design with proven IP including Cortex-A53, Cortex-R8, Cortex-R5 and Cortex-M7 processors, as well as system controllers, security IP and CoreSight Debug and Trace to help reduce your time to market.
Design verification, physical design, and software development directly affect the time to market
and cost of a complete SoC and software stack. Discover how the Arm ecosystem has evolved
to address these challenges and maximize success.
Everything you need to know to make the right decision for your project. Includes technical documentation and industry insights.
- NGD Systems deliver industry-first 16TB NVMe Computational Storage Device in a 2.5" U.2 SSD
- SMI releases their SM2270 NVMe SSD Controller, including 3 dual core Cortex-R5 CPUs
- Cypress delivers smart, fail-safe storage platform leveraging Arm processor for enhanced safety and reliability
- Flash Memory Summit 2018: How to evolve an SSD into an edge server
- Flash Memory Summit 2018: Bringing intelligence to enterprise storage drives
- Flash Memory Summit 2019: Transforming Storage Controllers with Low-cost, Low-power Compute
- SNIA 2019: Transforming Storage Controllers with Cost Effective on Drive Linux Workloads
- SNIA 2019: A Simple Approach to Implementing Computational Storage