Company Kioxia sent its solid state drives to MKS. Now on the space station there is the first commercial peripheral computing system with artificial intelligence in space.
Together with Hewlett Packard company Kioxia as part of the program Spaceborne Computer-2 (SBC-2) updated the system HP Edgeline EL4000, which will now use eight solid state drives SSD RM5 with a volume of 960 GB and four SSD M6 with a volume of 30.72 TB.
The goal of this project is to provide advanced calculations and reduce dependence on flight control systems on Earth. Additionally, cosmonauts will be able to process more data directly on the MKS, rather than sending it to Earth.