The first step for NVMe flash is to use them internally in servers and storage systems.
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.
Even as a mature, diverse and reliable technology—magnetic spinning disk drives (aka hard disk drives or “HDDs”) continue to grow in capacity, performance and cost benefits.
This week, Industry Outlook asks David Woolf, Senior Engineer of Datacenter Technologies at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), about NVMe and NVMe-oF and their role in storage and the data center.
NVM Express, Inc. Elects Cavium, Cisco, Dell, Facebook, Intel, Microsemi and NetApp to Promoter Board for 2018 Promoters range from OEMs to Enterprise Data Suppliers BEAVERTON, Ore.,—USA—February 1, 2018—NVM Express, Inc. elected Cavium, Cisco, Dell, Facebook, Intel, Microsemi and NetApp to join their Board of Directors, the NVM Express Promoters Group. Existing Promoter members include [...]
When it comes to storage, this new year certainly won’t be boring. A number of technologies and market movements have been percolating over the past few years and will reach full steam in 2018—impacting the landscape for enterprise suppliers and enterprise buyers alike