At Flash Memory Summit 2015, Samsung Semiconductor will discuss the latest in its 3D V-NAND and other TCO-optimized NAND-based flash technologies to enable more responsiveness in handling increasingly large data center workloads during a keynote at noon on Tuesday, August 11th in the Mission City Ballroom, Santa Clara Convention Center.
The keynote entitled "Memory Technology Advances Shape a New Era in Flash Innovation," is being presented by Bob Brennan, Senior Vice President, Memory Solutions Lab, and Jim Elliott, Corporate Vice President, Memory Marketing at Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
"We are in an age of massive storage. This means instant connectivity, instant data access and instant relevance for electronic information sharing. Data centers with flash-optimized storage are beginning to move toward substantially greater use of real-time analysis to make informed decisions as the era of the Internet of Things evolves," said co-presenter, Jim Elliott.
In the keynote, Samsung will highlight milestones that have been achieved with solid state drives over the past year, especially through the use of 3D V-NAND and the increasingly widespread adoption of 3-bit MLC and NVMe technologies. The executives will further discuss progress being made in readying SSDs to perform workload management and bringing higher bandwidth to all-flash arrays.
Samsung Semiconductor experts will also be featured speaker in seven breakout sessions. They are:
Tuesday, August 11
Universal Flash Storage Enables Endless Opportunities for Flash
David Ghodsizadeh, Mobile Storage Product Marketing, Samsung Semiconductor
Standardizing Storage Intelligence in SSDs
Bill Martin, Principal Engineer, Samsung Semiconductor
In-Storage Computing: Ultimate Solution for Accelerating I/O Intensive Applications
Yangseok Ki, Director, Samsung Electronics
Interest in PCIe SSDs Expected to Soar with the Next CPU Chipset
Anders Graham, SSD Product Marketing Manager, Samsung Semiconductor
3D TLC in the new MLC for NAND
Tien Shiah, SSD Product Marketing Manager, Samsung
Thursday, August 13
Why NVMe Will Replace SATA SSDs in the Data Center
Michael Smullen, SSD Product Marketing Manager, Samsung Semiconductor
How UFS Makes Mobile Applications More Powerful and Easier to Use
Stephen Lum, Product Marketing Manager/Mobile Memory, Samsung Semiconductor
In addition, Samsung Semiconductor will showcase more than a dozen exhibits and demonstrations at its Premier-level booth (#307) featuring advanced V-NAND technology and its latest data center, enterprise and client SSDs, as well as technical reference designs and displays in conjunction with a variety of partners.
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