AI is driving huge technological advances. But it also presents huge storage challenges: massive datasets, ever-growing IOPS demands, and skyrocketing costs for complex storage infrastructure. What’s more, traditional tiered architectures hinder visibility into the full datasets that drive your most important AI insights.
Watch this fast-paced webinar and learn how VAST Data’s Universal Storage architecture made possible by Intel® Optane™ SSDs and QLC 3D NAND SSDs solves these challenges to deliver unprecedented benefits for AI workloads:
- Tierless architecture: Eliminates silos to gain real-time visibility into ALL your data
- Parallel file system speed and scale: Easily scale to petabytes of capacity and millions of IOPS
- NAS simplicity: Turnkey solution with no client software dependency or complexity
- Flash for the cost of HDD: Radical all-SSD storage economics make flash affordable for all AI workloads
|Roger Corell, Director of Data Center Messaging and Business Intelligence at Intel
Roger Corell is director of data center messaging and business intelligence in Intel’s Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group (NSG). His team leads the creation of product and solution messaging for all NSG data center products and the development of business intelligence capabilities to improve cross-functional collaboration and decision making. He has been in this role for almost 5 years. Prior to this role, Roger held positions in client marketing, channel marketing, IT and wafer fabrication. Roger is passionate about the transformative possibilities of AI. He leads an AI data storage business development program and recently completed an AI course at UC Berkeley.
He received his bachelor’s of science degree in industrial and manufacturing engineering degree from Pennsylvania State University.
|Jeff Denworth, VP Products at VAST Data
Jeff Denworth is VP of Products and co-founder of VAST Data, with over a decade of experience in big data and cloud storage technologies. Prior to VAST, Jeff served as the SVP of Marketing at CTERA Networks, and the VP of Marketing at DataDirect Networks (DDN) where he oversaw marketing, business, and corporate development in a time of rapid sales growth. Prior to DDN, Jeff held sales roles at Cluster File Systems, Inc. and Dataram Corporation.