The graphic processing unit (GPU) is a computing resource to process graphics-related applications. The intelligent SSD (iSSD) is a solid state device (SSD) that is provided with data processing power. These days, CPU, GPU, and SSD are equipped together in most processing environment. If SSD is replaced with iSSD later on, we have a new processing environment where three computing resources collaborate one another to process a huge volume of data (so called big data) quite effectively. In this paper, we address how to exploit all these computing resources for efficient processing of data-intensive algorithms. Through extensive experiment, we verify the effectiveness and potential of the proposed collaborative processing environment by processing data concurrently with multiple computing resources. The results reveal that processing in the our environment outperforms that in the traditional one by up to 3.5 times.