Free to the Public, Webcast to Examine NVMe over Fabrics’ Market Uptake, Benefits and Use Cases
WAKEFIELD, Mass., – USA – Sept. 12, 2017 – NVM Express, Inc., the organization that developed the NVM Express (NVMe™) and NVMe Management Interface (NVMe-MI™) specifications for accessing solid-state drives (SSDs) on a PCI Express (PCIe®) bus as well over Fabrics, will lead an educational webcast titled “NVMe over Fabrics: Market Uptake, Benefits and Use Cases” on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017, at noon Eastern. There is no charge to attend, but advance registration is required.
About the Webcast: “NVMe over Fabrics: Market Uptake, Benefits and Use Cases”
WHAT: The webcast will cover how NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF™) takes the NVMe beyond the single-computer paradigm to be useful in the cloud, clusters, distributed systems, and megawebsites. The presentation will examine how the NVMe-oF specification can unleash the benefits of NVMe drives in a scalable manner by leveraging the capabilities of mainstream high-performance interconnects.
Attendees will learn about the benefits of using different fabrics as the platform, such as Fibre Channel, RoCE, iWarp, and Infiniband. The presentation will explore the next frontier of the NVMe-oF specification, including use at the TCP layer or deployed as NVMe SSDs in the data center. Furthermore, the webcast discussion will advance beyond transports to discuss new storage architectures and use cases.
WHO: Presenter is NVM Express’ Brandon Hoff, distinguished software architect, Broadcom
WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017, at noon Eastern
About NVM Express, Inc.
With more than 100 members, NVM Express, Inc. is a non-profit organization focused on enabling broad ecosystem adoption of high performance and low latency non-volatile memory (NVM) storage through a standards-based approach. The organization offers an open collection of NVM Express (NVMe™) specifications and information to fully expose the benefits of non-volatile memory in all types of computing environments from mobile to data center. NVMe-based specifications are designed from the ground up to deliver high bandwidth and low latency storage access for current and future NVM technologies. For more information, visit http://www.nvmexpress.org.