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SANTA CLARA, CA – July 29, 2016 – New products that help storage systems achieve higher capacity, smaller size, better performance, lower power, or higher endurance – they’re all at Flash Memory Summit. The wonders you’ll see include SSDs up to 15 TB, 512-GB SSDs in a tiny BGA package, merchant controller solutions for 3-D NAND with up to 6 Gb/s data rates, NVMe controllers supporting the latest features, terabyte SSDs in an M.2 form factor, improved flash chips for IoT and automotive applications, and UFS removable memory cards with up to 256 GB capacity. Storage designers will also see new software, new operating systems support, new test equipment, and new design tools.
“The new products you’ll see at Flash Memory Summit make flash the right solution for data centers, mobile products, automobiles, IoT, and many other applications. Flash technology is moving ahead on all cylinders and in all directions,” declares Tom Coughlin, FMS Conference Chairperson.
FMS blows the lid off the latest technology trends, showcases the most newsworthy products, and offers the broadest coverage of a rapidly expanding market. The August 9-11 event at the Santa Clara Convention Center also features free keynotes by top speakers from Facebook, Micron, Samsung, SanDisk, Toshiba, Marvell, SK Hynix, Huawei, Seagate, Microsemi, EMC, Nimbus Data, Crossbar, and Mangstor. In 2015, FMS drew over 5,000 registrants and 100 exhibitors. The conference also features annual updates, market research sessions, performance testing results, and a VC Forum.
Flash Memory Summit, produced by Conference ConCepts, showcases the mainstream applications, key technologies, and leading vendors that are driving the multi-billion dollar non-volatile memory and SSD markets. FMS is now the world’s largest event featuring the trends, innovations, and influencers driving the adoption of flash memory in demanding enterprise storage applications, as well as in smartphones, tablets, and mobile and embedded systems.
Flash Memory Summit