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NVMe Birds of Feather with SNIA
Join us @SNIA during Storage Developers Conference session "Birds of Feather" (https://www.snia.org/events/storage-developer) dedicated to NVMe technology. A panel of experts will discuss some of the latest projects and answer questions on implementing or using solutions based on this standard. WHY COME? Data Science, Cloud Computing, Storage? All of these applications require innovation in hardware and software applications and companies are activitely addressing it since 2010 by developing new standarts such as NVMe ( Non-volitile memory over PCI Express) and NVMoF ( Non-volitile memory over fabrics). On September 25, 2018 we offer you the unique opportunity to attend the event FREE of charge and meet the ONES who define technology of[masked]. It's rare and unique and if you are thinking about your professional life and career, I would recommend you to come to this event. Please invite your friends and colleagues. SNIA opened our meetup FREE of charge attendance. PANELISTS: Bill Martin SSD IO Standards Samsung (https://sniasdc17.pathable.com/organizations/576900) Bill Martin has been a leading figure in the development of storage standards for many years, providing prolific innovative contributions to the NVMe, SCSI, Serial ATA, and Fibre Channel standards. He is currently in charge of SSD I/O standards at Samsung, where he represents the company in the NVMe, SCSI, SNIA, and ATA standards efforts as well as working with customers to overcome performance hurdles. He is a leader with in the storage standardization community serving as chairman, vice-chairman, editor, or secretary for many standards groups including the SNIA Technical Council, INCITS T10, INCITS T13, and INCITS T11. Mark Carlson Principal Engineer, Industry Standards Toshiba Mark A. Carlson, Principal Engineer, Industry Standards at Toshiba, has more than 35 years of experience with Networking and Storage development and more than 20 years experience with Java technology. Mark was one of the authors of the CDMI Cloud Storage standard. He has spoken at numerous industry forums and events. He is the co-chair of the SNIA Cloud Storage and Object Drive technical working groups, and serves as co-chair of the SNIA Technical Council. Christoph Hellwig Kernel Hacker Christoph Hellwig has been working on Linux Storage and File system projects for 15 years. He works all the way up and down the Storage and File system stack, and runs a consulting business focused on Linux Storage architecture. J METZ, R&D Engineer, Advanced Storage Cisco Systems R&D Engineer for the Office of the CTO for Cisco, working in Advanced Storage and Storage Networking, but have a broad and eclectic background of both academic, corporate, and industry experience. Active speaker at Memory focused events, blog posts, Storage Newsletter and many more activities. J influences trends in storage technologies and promotes innovation. TOM FRIEND, Director of Industry Standards @ SK Hynix Solutions Tom has been in a variety of engineering positions in the storage industry. His professional history began when IBM PCs were “Plug Compatibles”. He has done VLSI design and written operating system internals for Unix, Linux, Android and Windows. Having such a diverse experience mix makes him ideal in industry standards and so he manages the Industry Standards Team at Toshiba, SKHynix and many others STEPHEN BATES, CTO of Eldeticom Stephen Bates is the CTO of Eideticom is a renown expert on topics like NVMe, RDMA, TCP/IP and NVM. He has worked on a range of complex storage and communication systems include the NVMe controllers and PCIe switches developed by his former employer Microsemi (formerly PMC-Sierra). RSVP on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/insights-to-new-trends-in-storage-technology-presented-by-industry-experts-snia-and-nvme-meetup-tickets-49746456992 Agenda: 7:00 -7:55 - Panel

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