Flash Memory Summit
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Call for Presentations - 2016

Program - The Flash Memory Summit program will provide attendees with practical information on the current state of flash memory and its applications. It consists of:

  • Half-day forums
  • Panel discussions
  • Keynotes
  • Half-day pre-conference seminars
  • Paper sessions
  • One-hour tutorials
  • Special sessions

Typical topics of interest include:

  • Solid state drives (SSDs)
  • Software-defined flash
  • Persistent memory
  • Flash on the memory bus
  • Enterprise storage systems
  • All-flash disk arrays
  • Controllers
  • New non-volatile technologies
  • PCIe SSDs/NVMe
  • Application acceleration
  • 3-D flash
  • Market research
  • Security/content protection
  • Standards
  • Interfaces
  • Performance analysis/testing
  • Endurance/reliability/wear
  • Cloud computing
  • Computer applications
  • Consumer/mobile applications
  • Embedded applications
  • Data recovery/erasure
  • Software-defined storage
  • Hyperscale applications

Intended Audience:

  • Hardware and software designers
  • Storage specialists
  • Data center/computer/network managers
  • Storage engineers/managers
  • Communications engineers
  • Venture capitalists
  • Marketing and product managers
  • Systems engineers/analysts
  • Engineering managers
  • Solution providers and consultants
  • VARs, OEMs, system integrators
  • Consumer electronics designers
  • Market and financial analysts

Your Participation - The Conference is open to everyone involved in the design, development, integration, marketing, use, or support of flash memory, or related hardware, software, or services. Please submit your proposal no later than March 25, 2016 to:

Proposal Submission - Please use our ONLINE FORM to submit your proposal. If you have any questions regarding the online submission form process, please contact our webmaster.

Proposal Format - The proposal should be one page and consist of:

  1. An abstract
  2. A brief outline of major topics
  3. A short biography of the presenter

Acceptance will be made byApril 15, 2016

Proceedings - A copy of the paper or visuals for publication in the Conference Proceedings must be provided by July 8, 2016.