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    January 29 NVM Summit At the SNIA Symposium Brings Experts Together

    January 29th’s Summit on Non-Volatile Memory – in San Jose, California as part of the SNIA Winter Symposium – delivers an excellent one-day, comprehensive deep-dive on all the issues you need to consider about this technology that has changed the ways that storage devices can be used.   Join 150 of your colleagues with products, strategies, or just an interest in NVM who have already signed up for this complimentary event.  Speakers from companies leading the way in NVM will offer critical insights into NVM and the future of computing in an exciting day-long agenda:

    • Keynotes from Mark Peters, Senior Analyst, ESG on the Storage Industry Landscape and David Alan Grier, President, The Computer Society on The Future of Computing with NVM Inflection Point
    • Industry Analyst Perspectives from Jeff Janukowicz, Research Director, IDC
    • Presentations from:
      • Andy Rudoff, Senior Software Engineer, Intel on the problems being solved
      • Ric Wheeler, Manager, Software Engineering, Red Hat on Linux and NVM
      • Dr. Garret Swart, Database Architect, Oracle on killer apps benefiting from this new architecture
      • Jim Pinkerton, Partner Architect, Microsoft  on design considerations when implementing NVM
      • Steven Peters, Principal Engineer, LSI  on what’s nice to have in this new stack
      • Danny Cobb, CTO, EMC on the workings of subsystem speeds and feeds
      • Kaladhar Vorguranti, Technical Director, NetApp on tools for performance modeling and measuring

    Remember, this Summit is COMPLIMENTARY to attend but you must register to guarantee your seat at www.snia.org/nvmsummit-reg.   See you there!

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