Kalray is excited to announce its participation at the upcoming edition of the Flash Memory Summit, which will take place at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA from August 9-11, 2016.
The Flash Memory Summit is one of the leading exhibition/conferences for the storage and flash memory industries. The event is an important venue for manufacturers, industry innovators and customers to discuss the most important issues facing the sector, including NVMe, SSD, controllers and virtualization.
Kalray will be exhibiting its technology at booth #908. In addition, a team of Kalray’s data center experts will be active at the event, giving several leading-edge presentations at two separate conference sessions. Kalray will be presenting the following:
- High-Speed I/O Processors Meet the Demands of Storage Class Memory – presentation by Chief Architect, Benoit Ganne, as part of the session Persistent Memory Applications (New Technologies Track): Thurs, Aug 11th 9:45-10:50am
- Leveraging the Benefits of Flash Memory with NVMe over Fabrics – presentation by Field Marketing Director, Patrice Couvert, as part of the session PCIe/NVMe Fabrics (PCIe Storage Track): Thurs, Aug 11th 4:00-5:15pm
Kalray will be announcing and demonstrating a new storage pipe acceleration product based on its Krypto128 PCIe offloading card, capable of implementing a suite of storage algorithms such as encryption, compression and erasure coding. This product is fully programmable and offers all the flexibility required to select the right algorithms and the right sequence of execution.
In its quest to provide a full NVMeoF controller solution, Kalray will also demonstrate a full end-to-end NVMeoF connection between initiator and NVMe SSDs through its smartNIC, the KONIC80, capable of directly driving SSDs (NVMe direct).
If you are planning to be at the Flash Memory Summit, Kalray welcomes you to stop by its booth #908 and/or to contact us ahead of time to organize a one-on-one meeting.
To learn more, contact VP of Sales and Marketing, Jean Pierre Demange.