A Panorama of Whatâ€™s Happening in Non-Volatile Memory Today
Online PR News – 25-May-2017 – Santa Clara/CA – FMS will feature 15 keynotes to bring attendees up-to-date on what major flash players areÂ planning. Keynoters include Micron, Intel, Samsung, Seagate, Toshiba, Microsemi, Western Digital, HPE, NetApp, and Marvell. In addition, prominent flash customers KIA Motors and eBay, startups E8 Storage and SymbolicIO, and leading technology user NVIDIA will share their latest insight. Keynotes are free to all attendees at thisÂ canâ€™t miss industry event on August 8-10 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA.
According toÂ Chuck Sobey,Â FMSÂ InterimÂ Conference Chairperson, â€śThe FMS keynotes give attendees a chance to find out what all the major players are thinking and planning. They will discussÂ advances such as persistent memory, 3D NAND flash and 3D XPointâ„˘, NVMe over fabrics, andÂ IO determinism.Â They will also describeÂ new flash applications in autonomous systems (including self-driving cars), artificial intelligence,Â machine learning,Â and cognitive computing."
FMS features the latest technology trends, the most exciting products, and the broadest coverage of a rapidly expanding market. In 2016, FMS drew almost 6,000 registrants and over 100 exhibitors. The 2017 version already projects significant growth. The conference also features new marketing and market research tracks, and sessions sponsored by NVM Express, SNIA, JEDEC, SCSI Trade Association,Â SD Card Association,Â andÂ theÂ Fibre Channel Industry Association.Â Popular continuing features includeÂ an expert table session, performance testing results, and a VC Forum.
About Flash Memory Summit
The Flash Memory Summit, produced by Conference ConCepts, showcases the mainstream applications, key technologies, and leading vendors that are driving the multi-billion dollar non-volatile memory and SSD markets. FMS is now the worldâ€™s largest event featuring the trends, innovations, and influencers driving the adoption of flash memory in demanding enterprise storage applications, as well as in smartphones, tablets, and mobile and embedded systems.