TechBeacon, Emerging server technologies: 6 hot trends to watch, November 7, 2017
Whether the servers running your company’s applications are on your developers’ desks, in your data center, or in your private cloud, the technologies inside the racks are what enable—or throttle—application speed, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness.
SearchStorage.com, Are you ready for NVMe storage and the future of flash?, November 3, 2017
Flash storage has radically changed the IT landscape. While the most obvious benefit is improved application performance, Enterprise Strategy Group research shows flash users have experienced improved reliability and resource utilization, as well as reduced TCO.
StorageSwiss.com, StorageShort: Why Does The Data Center Need NVMe Over Fabrics?, October 17, 2017
The NVMe protocol allows servers or storage systems to communicate to flash storage with more optimally. This PCIe-based architecture enables larger command sets and IO queue depths resulting in lower latency and greater performance.
eWeek, Persistent Memory a Key Topic at Storage Visions Conference, October 16, 2017
Despite what you may have read, the biggest and most important meta-trend in the IT business isn’t cloud computing. It’s not so-called “digital transformation,” and it’s not big data analytics. Nor is it software-defined anything.
DataCenter Knowledge, Is RDMA the Future of Data Center Storage Fabrics?, October 4, 2017
Flash, NVMe, and storage-class memory like Intel’s Optane are speeding up storage significantly, and they’re a good fit for the workloads that are driving the greatest demand for storage, such as containers, big data, machine learning, and hyperconverged infrastructure, all of which use file and object storage rather than the block storage of SANs.
EBN, Making the Affordability Case for Huge SSDs, September 19, 2017
32GB solid state drives (SSDs) are already sampling and 50TB and 100TB are expected next year. The new 3D NAND process, coupled with in-chip die stacking, is increasing the capacity per chip at a tearaway pace. New form factors are being checked out.
Tom’s Hardware, NVMe: What You Want to Know and Why You’re Going to Need It, September 19, 2017
Serial ATA technology arrived in 2003, bringing with it smaller cables, hot swapping capability, I/O queuing, and a jump in throughput from PATA’s 133 MB/s to SATA’s initial speed of 1.5 Gbit/s (roughly 187 MB/s).
TechTarget, How NVMe over Fabrics will change the storage environment, September 6, 2017
Expect NVMe to supplant SCSI and SAS protocols for SSD storage and NVMe over Fabrics to find a place in high-end networking deployments for transporting data.
The Data Center Journal, NVMe: The Change Agent for Next-Gen Data Centers, August 9, 2017
NVMe-enabled storage infrastructures are not only seeing wide deployment, but they’re now entering other data center areas that were once typically reserved for legacy HDDs and SSDs.
IT Business Edge, New Storage for a New Digital Era, August 9, 2017
Solid-state storage continues on a path toward greater speed and higher density, leading to an increasingly diverse set of solutions that, frankly, is starting to trend toward the unusual.
InfoTech Spotlight, NVMe Revolution Takes Center Stage At Flash Memory Summit 2017, August 4, 2017
At the Day One Forum, NVM Express to Present on the NVMe Market and Specification Advances, Features and Software Support for Client, Cloud and Enterprise Segments.
TMC News, NVM Express Plugfest Ushers in Next Wave of NVMe and NVMe-MI Devices, August 4, 2017
Combined, the Newly Certified NVMe and NVMe-MI Products Propel the NVM Express’ Plugfest Program past its 100th Product Milestone.
Mobility TechZone, NVM Express Plugfest Ushers in Next Wave of NVMe and NVMe-MI Devices, August 4, 2017
Combined, the Newly Certified NVMe and NVMe-MI Products Propel the NVM Express’ Plugfest Program past its 100th Product Milestone
IT Pro Portal, NVMe to replace flash, EU IT pros agree,, August 3, 2017
Advanced protocols are set to become a ‘dominant storage networking protocol’.
New Electronics, Single package SSDs with 64-Layer 3D flash memory, August 3, 2017
The BG3 series from Toshiba Electronics Europe is a single-package ball grid array (BGA) solid state drive (SSD) product line based on the company’s latest 64 layer, 3-bit-per-cell TLC BiCS FLASH.
Flash Memory Summit, NVME Revolution Takes Center Stage at Flash Memory Summit 2017, August 3, 2017
At the Day One Forum, NVM Express to Present on the NVMe Market and Specification Advances,
Features and Software Support for Client, Cloud and Enterprise Segments
Electronic Design, New Storage Options Dominate Flash Memory Summit, August 2, 2017
Check out some of the latest storage technology making its way to this year’s Flash Memory Summit.
TMCnet, UNH-IOL to Present on NVMe-MI, August 2, 2017
The Flash Memory Summit 2017 will take place next week in Santa Clara, California.
Storage Swiss, NVMe and NVMe Over Fabrics Critical To Next Generation Storage Architectures, August 1, 2017
The storage media used to be the slowest component within the storage architecture.
HPC Wire, NVM Express Plugfest Ushers in Next Wave of NVMe and NVMe-MI Devices, July 31, 2017
NVM Express has certified more than 100 market-ready products in just four years.
StorageReview, NVM Express Certifies Over 100 Market-Ready Devices, July 31, 2017
Today NVM Express Inc. announced that over one hundred market-reay products have been NVMe certified in the last four years.
Storage Swiss, When Does Your Data Center Need NVMe?, July 20, 2017
NVMe is a new protocol that most data centers will use within the next several years in addition to SCSI.
EE Times, Does NVMe Have a Place in Industrial Embedded and IoT?, July 17, 2017
Is NVM Express (NVMe) overkill for embedded, industrial applications?
NetworkWorld, NVM Express spec updated for data-intensive operations, July 5, 2017
The NVM Express 1.3 spec aims to make SSDs even faster for analytics and virtualization
EE Times, NVMe Spec Gets Major Update, June 27, 2017
The NVM Express (NVMe) specification is getting its first major update in nearly three years, putting it on the cusp of becoming the defacto standard for SSD interfaces.
Datanami, New NVMe Spec Emphasizes Data Analytics, June 22, 2017
The latest release of a non-volatile memory interface and storage protocol emphasizes the enterprise shift to analytics, virtualization and other data-intensive workloads while riding the coat tails of the robust solid-state storage sector.
Storage Review, NVM Express Releases 1.3 Specification, June 21, 2017
Today NVM Express, Inc. announced that it has completed and has released its NVMe 1.3 specification.
Design & Reuse, NVMe Revision 1.3 Expands Reach of Fast Storage for Enterprise, June 21, 2017
NVM Express, Inc., the organization that developed the industry standard NVM Express (NVMe™) specification for accessing solid-state drives (SSDs) on a PCI Express (PCIe®) bus as well as across Fabrics, today announced the completion and release of its NVMe 1.3 specification.
NVM Express Fuels the NVMe Revolution with the Industry’s Most Powerful Storage Interface
Infoworld, NVM Express Has Transformed Fast Storage in the Cloud – and it’s Coming to Enterprise (sponsored), June 21, 2017
If we go back to 2009, the work to define NVM Express (NVMe) had just begun, and around that same time, Microsoft Azure made its first major purchase of Serial ATA (SATA) based solid-state drives (SSDs) to help accelerate its storage servers by offloading the storage commit log.
Storage-Insider, The NVMe express train takes off, June 6, 2017
SSDs are commodity. Progress in price and capacity at a standstill.
Tom’s HARDWARE, NVMe 1.3, ready SSD specifications for the future, May 26, 2017
Here are the novelties of the NVM Express (NVMe) 1.3 specification, the first upgrade from 2014. Many new features, many options, that will help mature future NVMs SSDs.
TeckKnow, NVM Express has published new NVMe 1.3 Specification, May 26, 2017
NVM Express, the particular group behind the NVMe protocol, has announced the NVMe 1.3 specification.
PC Gamer, The updated NVMe 1.3 specification introduces new features to fast SSDs, May 25, 2017
The first major update to NVMe in over two years.
Guru3D, NVMe 1.3 Specifications are finalized with new features, May 25, 2017
As you guys know, NVM Express (NVMe) is a logical device interface specification for accessing non-volatile storage media attached via a PCI Express (PCIe) bus.
TechPowerUp, NVMe 1.3 Specification Published, May 25, 2017
NVM Express, the special interest group behind the NVMe protocol, which enables significantly higher performance on flash-based storage devices, compared to the AHCI protocol, published the NVMe 1.3 specification.
TechReport, NVMe 1.3 arrives with a host of handy features, May 25, 2017
NVMe drives are just beginning to hit the mainstream, and the interface’s designers have published the 1.3 revision of the NVMe specification.
eTeknix, Official NVMe 1.3 Specification Have Been Released, May 25, 2017
NVM Express, Inc. is the consortium responsible for the development of the NVM Express specification, and they’ve now released the NVMe 1.3 specifications
HardForum, NVMe 1.3 published., May 25, 2017
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HardOCP, NVMe 1.3 Specification Brings New Features to SSDs, May 25, 2017
After nearly two and a half years, the NVMe specification has finally been bumped up to 1.3, bringing new capabilities and support for both client and enterprise SSDs.
AnaandTech, NVMe 1.3 Specification Published With New Features for Client and Enterprise SSDs, May 24, 2017
The first major update to the NVMe storage interface specification in almost two and a half years has been published, standardizing many new features and helping set the course for the SSD market.