Flash Memory Summit 2014 - NVMe has been a popular topic on our pages of late, with our initial article 'Defining NVMe - Hands-on testing with the 1.6TB Intel P3700 SSD' taking an in-depth look at the NVMe specification as a whole, and some included test data that helps highlight the improvements NVMe brings to the table. We followed this with our full evaluation of the first NVMe SSD in the retail space in our 'Intel SSD DC P3700 1.6TB PCIe NVMe Enterprise Review'.
The UNH-IOL (University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab) tests and certifies NVMe devices for all major vendors. NVMe is a huge topic at the Flash Memory Summit as we see the initial products come to market, and the senior engineer, David Woolf, sat down with us to cover the latest developments.
The UNH-IOL lab is already busy, and with future plug-fests and more products from multiple vendors in the pipeline they will likely bee busy for the next few years ensuring that the future of storage technology works right the first time.
Last updated: Dec 6, 2019 at 02:46 pm CST
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