Data-Centric Computing Defined
The founders of Fungible offer a grounded, no-frills definition of data-centric computing.
We live in a hyper-connected, insecure world of massive data that needs to be moved, stored and processed efficiently. The current compute-centric approach to hardware and software is no longer viable.
Learn more about Pradeep’s vision for the new data-centric era and Bertrand’s insights into data-centric software.
Explore and uncover the technologies and innovations that will propel future data centers.
Data Centers Need To Become Data-Centric
November 12th, 2019
Today’s CPUs are 30 times slower than I/O. The core problem is that servers are compute-centric while applications are becoming data-centric. Ready to liberate your data center with an architecture designed for data-centric workloads?
Storage Is Far From Free – But, It Should Be Much Cheaper
October 18, 2019
In 1990, it cost roughly $9,000 to store 1 gigabyte (GB) of data; today, it costs less than 3 cents. Over the last decade, it has become normal to assume that the cost of storage is so negligible it's "virtually free." But even though storage is almost free to users, data center operators are still spending billions on it every year – and that cost is only going to increase, spurred not only by the explosion in the amount of data created each year but also by more and more stringent durability and availability requirements.
Blazing Trails at Fungible
With so many options to support our current and future customer needs, we are always looking to add top talent to the team! Are you the best of the best? Come see what the future holds for you.