Software-Defined Storage for Agile Enterprises with EMC – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 351

December 25th, 2014 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Three interviewees from EMC (Danny Cobb, Steve Sardella and Jason Davidson), stop by to chat about developments in the storage industry. Software-defined storage will allow users to create storage pools across large clusters of servers with different levels of service, while NVM Express over Fabrics will give data center operators the distance and robustness of existing standard (Ethernet, Fiber Channel) while also delivering the efficiency of the NVM Express standard.

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