Architecting Machine Learning Ecosystems Using Best-in-Class NVMe SSDs
Machine learning and Deep learning architectures are driving efficiencies and automation across enterprise systems and creating challenges for infrastructure architects in order to deliver the desired outcomes. These issues are manifested through infrastructure I/O bottlenecks that result in poor ingest throughput performance that slow cognitive system training times due to excessive latencies. In this webinar, Toshiba and Vexata join forces to provide actionable information about the latest generation of NVMe based solid state drive (SSD) media and how to architect systems to deliver the low latency, high bandwidth I/O services to these advanced neural nets and cognitive systems.
Join this webinar and learn about the latest technologies, architectures and best practices purpose-built for these AI ecosystems.
In this webinar
- Latest generation of SSD technologies that deliver low latency performance
- Advances in storage architectures that maximize the SSD media
- Use cases and customer examples that have deployed these architectures for machine learning environments.
Cameron Brett, Director Marketing Enterprise SSD, Toshiba Memory America
Cameron is responsible for enterprise SSD and software outbound marketing and messaging, including PR, campaigns, media relations and content development. He also represents Toshiba on the NVMe Marketing Workgroup and is a member of the SCSI Trade Association board of directors. A 20-year veteran of the storage industry, he has previous product marketing/management experience with Toshiba, PMC-Sierra, QLogic, Broadcom and Adaptec. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Monmouth University and an MBA from Santa Clara University.
Rick Walsworth, VP of Product & Solution Marketing, Vexata
Rick brings over 25 years of experience into mainstream IT and service providers markets. He was previously VP of Marketing at Formation Data Systems, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at EMC and VP of MArketing at Kashya (acquired by EMC in 2006). Rick has held executive management roles at Maranti Networks, SAN Valley Systems Com21 and GTE with a BSEE from San Jose State University.