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Tuesday, September 22 • 9:45am - 10:25am
The Long-Term Future of Solid State Storage

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Today solid-state storage is an extension of established storage technologies extended by hiding flash behind existing hardware & software protocol layers. Over time these layers will be abandoned in favor of new architectures.

This presentation will examine research of new solid state memory and storage types, and new means of integrating them into highly-optimized computing architectures. This will lead to a discussion of the way that these will impact the market for computing equipment.

Learning Objectives

Understanding how solid state storage arrived at its current state
A background on the changes in store for memory chips
How computing architectures will change to squeeze the highest performance from these chips
How the market will react to these changes

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Jim Handy

General Director, Objective Analysis
Jim Handy of Objective Analysis has over 35 years in the electronics industry including 20 years as a leading semiconductor and SSD industry analyst. Early in his career he held marketing and design positions at leading semiconductor suppliers including Intel, National Semiconductor... Read More →

Tuesday September 22, 2015 9:45am - 10:25am PDT
Santa Clara Ballroom

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