Mobiveil is a fast growing technology company headquartered in Milpitas, California in the center of Silicon Valley with engineering development centers in Chennai and Bangalore, India, and sales offices and representatives around the world. Driving the growth of the cloud is the Internet of Things (IoT). According to IDC, “the global IoT market will grow to $1.7 trillion in 2020 from $655.8 billion in 2014, as more devices come online and a bevy of platforms ...
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For semiconductor and electronic system designers, their mission will be to break the bottlenecks between the client and the massive data center complexes comprising the cloud. In the highly competitive world of electronic commerce, speed is king, whether one is making a purchase or looking up information on line. In his “Fast Company” article, “How One Second Could Cost Amazon $1.6 Billion In Sales,” author Kit Eaton stated, “Amazon calculated that a page load slowdown of ...
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Immediate opportunities for the highly anticipated IoT market are not in consumer applications, but in industrial IoT and security it demands. A couple of weeks ago, I attended a panel discussion led by Vic Kulkarni, vice president and general manager, ANSYS, Inc. at the ANSYS IoT Executive Symposium in Santa Clara.  Its purpose was to explore how to cope with managing a Trillion IoT devices (according to IDC) in the not too distant future. On ...
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PM Modi recognizes the talent in Silicon Valley, and of the Indian Diaspora in particular. Companies in Silicon Valley run by Indian entrepreneurs have gotten the attention of the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Damodardas Modi, who spoke at a reception at the Fairmont Hotel, San Jose on Saturday evening September 27th, 2015. His talk was on his vision of “make in India,” and “digital India.” Mobiveil, founded by Silicon Valley based Indian entrepreneurs with ...
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Altera says you can double the life of NAND flash storage by implementing an FPGA-based solid-state disk (SSD) controller running NAND optimisation software. It has developed a storage reference design based on its Arria 10 SoC, which integrates a SSD controller from Mobiveil and NAND optimisation software from NVMdurance. “An FPGA-based storage system provides hardware offload functions and makes specification updates easier to execute than flash storage designed with an Asic SoC,” said Ravi Thummarukudy, CEO, Mobiveil ...
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The advent of FPGA-based flash storage cards enables data centers to customize their solution for maximum performance, storage capacity, and flash durability. Social media, electronic commerce, and over-the-top consumption of video and audio content are radically changing the data center, which had been defined by its hardware components in the past. Today, the data center is rapidly becoming racks of commodity hardware components configured by software. One component benefiting from this change is solid-state storage ...
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RapidIO Accelerating Software Defined Virtualized Data Centers Ravi Thummarukudy, CEO of Mobiveil, Inc. Anyone attending the Linley Data Center Conference 2015 Held on February 25 and 26 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Santa Clara, California would come away with the impression that data centers are increasingly becoming virtualized software-defined entities. This is increasingly being made possible by the widespread availability of relatively low-cost standard hardware components Read More ...
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