Flash Memory Summit 2018: Intelligent Flash Technology for digital transformation
Enterprise and hyperscale data centers are highly-virtualized, multi-tenant, scale-out environments supporting multiple workloads. The storage performance needs to match the disk I/O demand of modern data centres. Disaggregated storage (separated from compute and networking), connected via the latest NVMe and NVMe-oF industry standards, is essential for real-time analytics, machine learning, and big data applications. This way, data centers can reduce their total cost of ownership while delivering real-time business analytics. Flash Memory Summit 2018 brings latest technology updates, forecasts, and roadmaps for non-volatile memory (NVM). 2018 highlights feature NVMe, NVMe-oF, persistent memory, advanced memory technologies, and key open source software topics.
MSys is a leader in storage product engineering servicing enterprises and ISV like IBM, HPE, Citrix, Seagate, NetApp, Veritas, Pivot3 and other esteemed clientele. We build software defined data center including software defined layer, file system layer, and orchestration layer with ecosystem integration (VMware, Citrix and Microsoft). We enable storage designers with flash technology to continue to keep pace with the demands of big data and increasingly complex applications. With MSys flash memory expertise, you can achieve your smart SSDs applying our engineering expertise
- BBM (Bad Block Management) for each flash drive
- Flash RAID
- Static / Dynamic wear leveling
- Virtual to physical page mapping
- Proprietary and NVMe target device driver support
- ONFI NAND Flash interface and NAND flash file systems
- NAND flash management through MTD and UBI
Meet us at Flash Memory Summit 2018
Let’s discuss and build your scalable SSD storage with pervasive technologies such as NVMe and NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF). Please send us a quick email at email@example.com to connect with our flash memory architects.
Date – August 7–9, 2018
Venue – Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
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