By J Metz and Bill Lynn Non-Volatile Memory Express (what a mouthful!) has become top-of-mind when it comes to advances being made in the tech world. In a very short period of time, NVMe™ seems to be everywhere. It’s been the hot topic for developer conferences, storage conferences, data center blogs – and rightfully so. [...]
By Amber Huffman We are catching our breath after the exciting and productive annual 2018 NVM Express Member Meeting and Developer Day earlier this month. We spent two days with over 200 folks gathered in one place discussing the past, present and future of NVM Express™ technology. It was a packed event and I want [...]
A few years ago, for the readers of Storage Insiders, it became apparent that future SSDs would not end their lifecycle on a SAS, let alone a SATA interface
An optimally-running data center must have a storage protocol (a standard for storage software, features and so on) and a hardware interface that is developed and tuned for the media device.
There are three points within the storage infrastructure that will use NVMe; internal to the storage system, intra-connectivity between storage systems and inter-connectivity to physical servers.
By David Allen and J Metz Our recent Evolution and Future of NVMe webcast attracted over 700 flash storage technology fans. We had a great time discussing how the NVMe specification will grow in 2018 and highlighting key topics on the roadmap. If you missed the live presentation, you can still view the entire webcast [...]
Search Storage Germany: NVMe: New architectures go beyond performance limits (Roughly translated German)
Non-volatile Memory Express (NVMe) can not yet reach its full potential due to some legacy issues. New architectures will be able to overcome these limits.
In a previous blog post, I wrote about how Ethernet Storage Fabric (ESF) is the logical choice as the next-generation storage network because of its superior performance, intelligence, and efficiency.