Online seminar Storage architectures must constantly evolve to meet rapid changes in business demand for faster, more scalable capacity in line with application and workload requirements. But how do IT departments navigate the virtuous circle that sees software innovation continually drive advancements in storage hardware, which in turn drives storage software development into an endless spin?
A line of distinguished industry experts, including Anders Graham of Kioxia, Tahmid Rahman of Solidigm, Rick Kutcipal of Broadcom and Paul McLeod of Supermicro will meet to discuss this issue on August 17 in a session hosted by Timothy Prickett Morgan of The Register.
They will explain how manufacturers are optimizing storage server designs using the latest SSD, HDD and SDS technologies, protocols and standards, including QLC and 24G SAS, and discuss the role of PCI-e, NVMe and CXL in next-generation disk and storage architectures. .
The respective companies will then reveal some of the details of their business and technology partnerships and discuss how Supermicro is helping vendors reach new customers for their storage products and services.
If you want to know more, click on here to register and listen on August 17.
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