Computational Storage – Driving Success, Driving Standards

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Bill Martin, Samsung; Jason Molgaard, Arm; Oscar Pinto, Samsung; Scott Shadley, NGD Systems

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SNIA develops a wide range of standards to enhance the interoperability of various storage systems. With new technologies like computational storage, standards do not exist. As companies develop solutions, questions arise. Should computational storage have standards for recommended behavior for hardware and software? Should an application programming interface be defined? At SNIA, over 250 volunteers answered yes, and new work is being defined both within SNIA and in collaboration with other industry standards bodies. Join leaders of the Computational Storage Technical Work Group as they discuss how they define and develop standards with input from many different companies and users, what they perceive as important today and moving forward, and how you can participate.​
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SNIA is a not-for-profit global organization made up of corporations, universities, startups, and individuals. The members collaborate to develop and promote vendor-neutral architectures, standards, and education for management, movement, and security for technologies related to handling and optimizing data. SNIA focuses on the transport, storage, acceleration, format, protection, and optimization of infrastructure for data.