NVM Express: Low latency, High Performance Interface for SSDs – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 202

September 14th, 2012 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Amber Huffman from Intel, Sumit Puri from LSI, and Steve Sardella from EMC visit Chip Chat for an in-depth discussion of NVM Express. NVMe is a flexible, scalable host controller that builds on PCI Express (PCIe) Technology to deliver high performance for solid state drives. On the client side PCIe/NVMe SSDs will eventually replace SATA drives and on the enterprise side will be a complementary technology for SAS. Listeners also get a preview of NVMe demonstrations and classes at the upcoming Intel Developer Forum. For more information visit the NVM Express workgroup at: nvmexpress.org.

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