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AMD becomes a prominent player in The Decentralized Storage Alliance

The Decentralized Storage Alliance, which was established on Tuesday, promises collaboration amongst significant actors in the technology industry to ease the transition from Web2 to Web3.

The name of the campaign makes it clear that the main focus is on developing decentralized storage, raising awareness of this technology, and encouraging use. AMD, Seagate, Ernst & Young, Protocol Labs, and the Filecoin Foundation are significant technical partners.

When it comes to high-performance and adaptive processor technologies, which combine CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, Adaptive SoCs, and deep software integration, AMD plays a key position in the Web3 tech cluster. Decentralized storage is anticipated to succeed in the future thanks in large part to this skill.

Even before Web1, Seagate was a well-known manufacturer of physical storage equipment.

Home users, enterprises, and even cloud service providers (Web2), which the more recent technology aims to supplant, can all benefit from its solutions. If, as anticipated, decentralized storage does take off one day, Seagate would be wise to jump on board and serve as an influential member of this coalition from the start.

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For the benefit of its clients, investment and accounting firm Ernst & Young will take on the responsibility of directing and creating safe blockchain technology for storage. A Web3 version of the cloud is what this storage system offers, with excellent efficiency, strong security, and a “much reduced” price. Because of its decentralized structure, uses of this storage technology aren’t tied to a particular provider; instead, they can meet data sovereignty needs and gain from other benefits of the blockchain.

The biggest supplier of this kind of service is Filecoin: According to Filecoin, it hosts 240 PiB of data, which is equivalent to almost 65,000 Wikipedia articles. It has thousands of clients, including UC Berkeley, the Shoah Foundation at USC, and the University of Utah. The Decentralized Storage Alliance appears to be off to a promising start.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.



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