Wednesday, May 24, 2017

SSD for Vision Data Storage

Nikkei: Prof. Ken Takeuchi group at Chuo University, Japan, proposes "Value-Aware SSD" that evaluates the value of image data and stores important and not-so-important data in high- and low-reliability flash memory cells, respectively. With that, it became possible to implement high-accuracy face recognition even when the error rate is 10%, which is 12 times higher than in existing SSDs. The data retention time of SSD was improved 300 times. In addition, the read speed was improved by 26% by minimizing the time it takes to correct memory errors.

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