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SAS 201: An Introduction to Enterprise Features

As a follow-on to our popular SAS 101 webcast titled “The Most Widely Deployed Storage Interface,” we’re excited to present a deeper look into Serial Attached SCSI (SAS); a scalable serial interconnect that moves data to, from, and within, storage devices and systems.
The expert presenters with decades of experience in the storage industry will discuss the benefits of SAS and the recent enhancements designed to reach new application performance levels. No one can deny that SAS has set the bar with its inherent scalability and flexibility in modern data center, server and storage topologies.

In this webcast you will learn about recent evolutions in SAS enterprise features including 24G SAS and what they mean to system designers:

• 2.4 GB/s effective single-lane bandwidth (22.5 Gbaud rate)
• Unmatched Scalability and Reach
• 20-bit Forward Error Correction for more robust reliability
• Enhanced transmitter training algorithm for better signal integrity
• System-level manageability
• Fairness enhancements for performance consistency across protocol
topologies

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Rick Kutcipal, Broadcom Inc. and Tim Symons, Microchip Technology, Inc.
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  • SAS vs. NVMe Interface Smackdown Recorded: Aug 11 2020 59 mins
    Cameron Brett, president of the SCSI Trade Association and Director of Enterprise and Cloud Storage Marketing at KIOXIA
    Let’s get ready to rumble!

    In one corner, we have Cameron Brett, president of the SCSI Trade Association and Director of Enterprise and Cloud Storage Marketing at KIOXIA America, representing Serial Attached SCSI (SAS). The 30-year market incumbent, SAS is the dominant storage interface used in enterprise servers and storage deployments in data centers.

    In the other corner, we have Jonmichael Hands, NVM Express™ Marketing Workgroup co-chair and Sr. Strategic Planner and Product Manager at Intel representing the NVM Express interface. NVMe is a high-performance and latency-optimized protocol built from the ground up for non-volatile memories deployed on a PCI Express® bus. NVMe SSDs are the up-and-coming challenger for data center dominance.

    Refereed by Don Jeanette, Vice President, TRENDFOCUS, this lively discussion will cover an overview of each interface and punch down into the benefits and features of each. Is there enough room in the data center for both? Or can there be only one?

    Reserve your spot today and tune in to find out!
  • SAS 201: An Introduction to Enterprise Features Recorded: Jun 16 2020 53 mins
    Rick Kutcipal, Broadcom Inc. and Tim Symons, Microchip Technology, Inc.
    As a follow-on to our popular SAS 101 webcast titled “The Most Widely Deployed Storage Interface,” we’re excited to present a deeper look into Serial Attached SCSI (SAS); a scalable serial interconnect that moves data to, from, and within, storage devices and systems.
    The expert presenters with decades of experience in the storage industry will discuss the benefits of SAS and the recent enhancements designed to reach new application performance levels. No one can deny that SAS has set the bar with its inherent scalability and flexibility in modern data center, server and storage topologies.

    In this webcast you will learn about recent evolutions in SAS enterprise features including 24G SAS and what they mean to system designers:

    • 2.4 GB/s effective single-lane bandwidth (22.5 Gbaud rate)
    • Unmatched Scalability and Reach
    • 20-bit Forward Error Correction for more robust reliability
    • Enhanced transmitter training algorithm for better signal integrity
    • System-level manageability
    • Fairness enhancements for performance consistency across protocol
    topologies

    Reserve your spot today!
  • 24G SAS: What's New and How to Test It Recorded: Mar 18 2020 49 mins
    Mike Micheletti – SCSI Trade Association; Senior Product Manager, Teledyne LeCroy
    If your position requires you to stay up on the latest trends in Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) technology used in data storage interconnect, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to hear from Mike Micheletti, a member of the SCSI Trade Association and a senior product manager at Teledyne LeCroy. During this presentation, Mike will discuss 24G SAS, including a concise summary of changes in SAS4 and tips on how to test these new features.

    There’s not a lot of technical information available on 24G SAS, other than reading the specification (which is never easy so reserve your spot today. You be rewarded with a large ‘return-on-investment’ of your valuable time, including the opportunity to ask questions in the chat box, which will be answered live on the webinar.

    Mike will cover what’s new in 24G SAS, and how to test it, including:

    -“Packet-Mode” Structures
    - Forward Error Correction (FEC)
    - Active Phy Transmitter Adjustment (APTA)
    - Persistent Connections
  • SAS 101: The Most Widely-Deployed Storage Interface Recorded: Jun 6 2019 42 mins
    Jeremiah Tussey, Microsemi and STA VP; Jeff Mason, Principal R&D Engineer, TE Connectivity; STA Board Member
    Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is a scalable serial interconnect that moves data to, from, and within storage devices and systems. It continues to be the backbone of enterprise storage deployments and evolve by adding new features, capabilities, and performance enhancements.

    This webcast will provide you with the definition and benefits of SAS and the deployments that are best-suited to take advantage of the fast, flexible, and reliable data access that SAS provides.

    In this webcast you will learn:

    • What are SAS and SCSI
    • Primary deployments for SAS
    • SAS ecosystem, including connectivity solutions
    • Storage leaders involved in the development of SAS standards
    • SAS benefits and economics
    • Comparison of storage protocols: SAS, NVMe, and SATA
    • Where SAS is headed: the roadmap
  • Applications Driving 24G SAS in the Data Center Recorded: Mar 27 2019 40 mins
    Cameron T. Brett, President, SCSI Trade Association; Director of SSD and Storage Solutions Marketing, Toshiba Memory America,
    Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) has been the storage technology of choice for business-critical applications in data centers for nearly 15 years, starting with 3.0 Gb/s SAS in 2004, then doubling in effective bandwidth with each new generation. The next generation in development is 24G SAS, with end-user products anticipated in late 2020. Optimized for both solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs), 24G SAS is backward compatible with existing tried-and-true SAS ecosystems. The end result is unmatched by other storage technology: a highly scalable and flexible technology, offering the fastest per lane performance with the most reliable device management of any drive technology available. 24G SAS will be the technology of choice for all-flash deployments, as well as tiered or cached systems supporting both HDD and SSD devices.

    Join this webinar to learn more about how 24G SAS technology can satisfy the performance, scalability and capacity required by today’s video streaming, big data, analytics and other business applications. SAS technology can be deployed across multiple storage tiers and supports SSDs with varied endurance and performance levels, as well as low-cost capacity storage.
  • Enterprise SAS Storage: Versatility in the Data Center Recorded: Jan 22 2019 25 mins
    Rick Kutcipal and John Chen
    Many enterprises choose Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) for storage in the data center, and for very good reasons. The price/performance point exceeds all other solutions in the market, and the ability to scale with SAS to potentially thousands of drives is simply unmatched. These benefits of SAS are all realized while maintaining high reliability, ease of storage management and the ability to address power management needs in the data center.

    In this webinar, leading storage industry experts from Broadcom and a third-party market analyst from TRENDFOCUS will cover:

    - A look at today’s market adoption of SAS
    - Price / performance and why SAS is a cost-effective choice
    - How SAS’s ability to scale brings wide data center deployment
    - SAS storage management features including built-in SCSI enclosure services and SMP Priorities
    - The SAS Roadmap and what the future holds

    At the conclusion of the webinar, you understand why, from large to small data centers, SAS is the better storage protocol solution.

    Speakers: Rick Kutcipal, Product Planner, Data Center Solution Group, Broadcom; Board Member, SCSI Trade Association and John Chen, Vice President, TRENDFOCUS
  • Flash Storage with 24G SAS Leads the Way in Crunching Big Data Recorded: Oct 24 2018 49 mins
    Greg McSorley, Amphenol; Rick Kutcipal, Broadcom; Kevin Marks, Dell; Jeremiah Tussey, Microsemi
    The recent data explosion is a huge challenge for storage and IT system designers. How do you crunch all that data at a reasonable cost? Fortunately, your familiar SAS comes to the rescue with its new 24G speed. Its flexible connection scheme already allows designers to scale huge external storage systems with low latency. Now the new high operating speed offers the throughput you need to bring big data to its knobby knees! Our panel of storage experts will present practical solutions to today’s petabyte problems and beyond.
  • What’s Next in Storage: Analysts and Experts Share their Predictions Recorded: May 2 2018 43 mins
    Greg McSorley, SNIA Technical Council (non-voting); Rick Kutcipal, President, STA; Don Jeanette of TRENDFOCUS
    You won’t want to miss the opportunity to hear leading data storage experts provide their insights on prominent technologies that are shaping the market. With the exponential rise in demand for high capacity and secured storage systems, it’s critical to understand the key factors influencing adoption and where the highest growth is expected. From SSDs and HDDs to storage interfaces and NAND devices, get the latest information you need to shape key strategic directions and remain competitive.
  • Build a Better Data Center with 24G SAS Recorded: Dec 5 2017 49 mins
    Rick Kutcipal, President, STA; Bill Martin, Co-chair SNIA Technical Council, Chair, T-10; Dennis Martin, President, Demartek
    SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) doubles in speed with the release of each new generation. The newest speed bump is 24G SAS, with end-user products anticipated in 2019. In addition to effectively doubling the speed from the current 12Gb/s SAS, 24G SAS has optimizations for both SSD and HDD. The end result is a highly scalable, highly flexible technology that optimizes use of the storage devices released today. This presentation provides an overview of why 24G SAS will be the protocol of choice for all-flash deployments, data centers, as well as tiered or cached systems with both HDD and SSD components.
SCSI Trade Association
The SCSI Trade Association (STA) was established in 1996 to provide a focal point for members to communicate the benefits of SCSI to the industry. STA promotes the understanding and use of Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) technology and influences the evolution of SCSI standards to meet future industry needs. For more information, please visit the STA web site at www.scsita.org.

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