SANTA CLARA, CA – October 8, 2018 – Registration has opened for the inaugural NVMe Developer Days, to be held December 5-6 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront. This event is the first prime technical event focused completely on NVMe, the flash storage standard that provides high-speed access over the PCIe bus. The active NVMe ecosystem offers chips, controllers, boards, software, the M.2 and EDSFF form factors, test equipment, design and test services, and operating system support. NVMe is also supported by all major storage vendors. NVMe Developer Days focuses on practical design experience drawn from actual NVMe implementations, helping storage designers update their skills and quickly become proficient in NVMe.
“NVMe Developer Days is the place to go for all engineers, managers, and programmers who are using or intend to use NVMe in their applications,” said Mike Heumann, NVMe Developer Days Conference Chair. “It’s the first one-stop shop for everything developers need to know about NVMe hardware, software, networking, applications, optimization, current standards, and future trends.”
NVMe Developer Days covers controller and system design, as well as markets, applications, software, development tools, optimization, and industry trends. Leading industry executives and a major cloud service will deliver keynotes. The event also includes exhibits of key products, an expert table session for close interaction with specialists, and a closing futures panel. Pre-conference tutorials will give attendees the background they need on NVMe basics, NVMe tips and tricks, and the open-source Storage Performance Development Kit (SPDK).
Table exhibits and founding sponsorships are available for companies and organizations wanting to take leadership positions in this rapidly emerging market.
NVMe Developer Days will allow NVMe developers from all application areas to get the latest information on specifications, products, and ecosystem support. It will also bring them up-to-date on ways to make their applications run faster, scale better, use less power, and reduce latency. It will be a one-stop shop for all NVMe issues and will give attendees an opportunity to hear the latest updates, ask questions of the experts, and talk to vendors offering a wide variety of products and services.
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