Advancements in solid-state storage technology have led to increasingly faster storage media, exposing bottlenecks in the interfaces that transfer data to and from storage drives. NVME has introduced a transfer mechanism that leverages the high performance of NAND flash-based solid-state storage while PCIe provides a roadmap that continues to double the data interface rates that move data through systems. These advancements allow real-time recording systems to keep up with the ever-increasing speed requirements of wide-bandwidth data recording.
- The Evolution of SATA and the transition to NVME
- Illustrating the different NVME form factors, the benefits of each and the packaging roadmap
- Describing the ability to use NVME in a RAID configuration, explaining the difference between VROC and hardware-driven RAIDs
- Addressing the PCIe roadmap and its impact on NVME data rates
Speaker: Chris Tojeira, Senior Principal Product Manager, Mercury
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