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NVM Express® and PCI Express® for Mobile

While the compute segments are embracing NVMe as the interface standard for Enterprise and Client PCIe-based storage, NVMe/PCIe is not generally thought of as a platform for mobile storage solutions; i.e., handsets. This talk will explore and discuss what features are needed, and in some cases already there, to make NVMe/PCIe a compelling storage solution for mobile handsets, and small, thin computing devices, in general. Who should attend: engineering and marketing people interested in learning about how NVMe/PCIe is suitable for mobile storage solutions.
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    In this webcast, you will find out more about today’s market adoption, various applications and use cases, as well as the NVMe specifications roadmap, including projected timelines and key enhancements for the NVMe Management Interface 1.1 Specification, the NVM-oF 1.1 Specification and NVMe 1.4 Specification.
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  • NVM Express® and PCI Express® for Mobile Recorded: Oct 29 2015 37 mins
    Dave Landsman, Director SSD Standards, SanDisk
    While the compute segments are embracing NVMe as the interface standard for Enterprise and Client PCIe-based storage, NVMe/PCIe is not generally thought of as a platform for mobile storage solutions; i.e., handsets. This talk will explore and discuss what features are needed, and in some cases already there, to make NVMe/PCIe a compelling storage solution for mobile handsets, and small, thin computing devices, in general. Who should attend: engineering and marketing people interested in learning about how NVMe/PCIe is suitable for mobile storage solutions.
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NVM Express is fast, scalable, and efficient
NVM Express® is an open collection of standards and information to fully expose the benefits of non-volatile memory in all types of computing environments from mobile to data center. NVMe™ is designed from the ground up to deliver high bandwidth and low latency storage access for current and future NVMe technologies.

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