Systems & Design

Virtual Verification Of Computational Storage Devices

Why verifying a CSD is so hard, and what to do about it.


Over recent years, there has been a move to replace hard-disk drive (HDD) storage with solid-state drive (SSD) storage. SDDs are faster, contain no moving parts that can fail or be affected by environmental hazards, and the cost of SSDs has been dropping each year. Unfortunately, the verification of an SSD is quite complex. In particular because of hyperscale datacenter enterprise and client-driven requirements for a complex matrix of functionality and performance. But what is not obvious is that with computational storage devices (CSD), these challenges become even more difficult by adding both real-time and application processors to the already complicated verification of SSDs.

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