A New Approach for Storage-Centric Computers
Peter Schade will share his work on a disjoint node array (DAC) server, a new approach for processing large databases with a storage-centric computer. The storage centric DAC server is contrasted to current Storage-Transmission-Processing Servers (STP) in terms of cost, efficiency, and speed. The DAC server uses off-the-shelf memory and processor components and relies on standard protocols like USB in a novel architecture that provide 2020X processing throughput for equivalent cost with lower power and cooling needs.
About the Peter Schade
Peter Schade is the Founder and President of International Microsystems, Inc., a global equipment manufacturer for testing and duplication of Flash media such as SD cards, SSD drives, and USB cards. International Microsystems provides fast, accurate, affordable, and easy to operate professional duplication and test systems to leading manufacturers and companies in the semiconductor IC field, telecom industry, automotive industry, electronic foundries, military and government institutions, medical and healthcare centers, promotional marketing agencies, film production, and entertainment industries. In addition, he is a world-class expert in the programming and testing of portable memory devices such as SATA, USB, SD, and MicroSD.