Emerging Form Factors: EDSFF Overview

Presented by

Tom Friend (Illuminosi), Jonmichael Hands (Intel) and Jonathan Hinkle (Lenovo)

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Enterprise & Data Center SSD Form Factor (EDSFF) is one of the newest form factors to emerge in recent years. Its goal is to develop a stronger data center system-optimized design than traditional SSD form factors like M.2 or U.2. EDSFF has shown that it’s able to meet customer need for storage devices with its high density, capacity and performance. In this PCI-SIG® hosted webinar, our experts will provide an overview of the relationship between EDSFF and the PCI Express® (PCIe®) specifications and discuss various use cases for E1.L, E1.S and E3. Finally, they will outline the step-by-step process of how you can build a drive utilizing EDSFF form factors.
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