Register for this webcast to learn about the NVMe specifications in 2018 and beyond.
BEAVERTON, Ore.,—USA—Dec. 15, 2017—NVM Express, Inc., the organization offering an open collection of NVM Express (NVMe™) specifications and resources on the benefits of non-volatile memory, today announced a complimentary webcast titled The Evolution and Future of NVMe, on Wednesday, January 17th, at 9:00am PT (12:00pm ET).
“As NVMe is rapidly becoming more significant in the marketplace, a robust and collaborative roadmap defines how follow-on generations of this technology will come to fruition and elevate the end users experience,” said David Allen, NVMe Board Member and Seagate’s Senior Director of Marketing, NVMe. “NVMe is enabling new features and solutions that did not exist before. It is innovation at its finest.”
Webcast attendees will hear from leading developers on projected timelines and key enhancements for the NVMe Management Interface (NVMe-MI) 1.1 Specification such as in-band and native enclosure management; enhanced discovery and TCP transport binding in the NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) 1.1 Specification; and IO determinism and persistent memory buffering in the base NVMe 1.4 Specification. The presentation will also highlight market adoption, various applications and examine the past, present and future of NVMe technology.
“We are thrilled by the industry’s commitment to the continued adoption and integration of NVMe technology,” said Dr. J Metz, Board Member and R&D Engineer, Cisco. “The swift timeline for the new specification enhancements is indicative of a push to elevate NVMe in the mobile space, as well as in the data center and enterprise.”
WHAT: NVM Express hosted webcast on The Evolution and Future of NVMe.
WHO: Presented by David Allen, NVMe Board Member and Seagate’s Senior Director of Marketing NVMe and Dr. J Metz, Board Member and R&D Engineer, Cisco.
WHEN: Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 from 9:00am-10:00am PT.
WHERE: Watch the webcast live online at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/12367/290529.
REGISTRATION: Register for the event today. There is no charge to attend, but advance registration is required.