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Monday, September 21 • 4:35pm - 5:25pm
Standardizing Storage Intelligence and the Performance and Endurance Enhancements it Provides

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Storage Intelligence allows Solid State Storage to work together with applications to provide enhanced performance and endurance of storage devices. Today standardization of initial features is nearly complete in the SCSI standard and is moving forward in the NVMe standard with SATA standardization close behind that. This presentation will describe the details that Storage Intelligence is standardizing today and bringing to the standardization process in the near future. Current work involves intelligent placement of data on the storage device, intelligent management of garbage collection, and management of the over provisioning space on the storage device. Future work will add In Storage Compute in the SNIA Object Drive TWG. Each of these four features will be described in detail.

Learning Objectives

Define the features of Storage Intelligence
Define the state of standards development in SCSI, NVMe, and SATA
Why are additional controls over storage necessary

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Changho Choi

Principal Engineer, Samsung Semiconductor
Dr. Choi leads the Datacenter Solutions Group in Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.'s Memory Solutions Lab. He is primarily involved in the Memory Solutions Lab's Storage Intelligence initiatives including Multi-stream system development and customer engagements. He participates in standards... Read More →
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Bill Martin

Principal Engineer Storage Standards, Samsung
Bill Martin has been involved in the storage industry for 30 years, starting in 1983 with the development of a proprietary optical storage interface for HP, architecting the HP Tachyon interface chip for Fibre Channel, serving on industry consortium and standards bodies for storage... Read More →

Monday September 21, 2015 4:35pm - 5:25pm PDT
San Tomas / Lawrence Room

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