Come see our presentations and a panel discussion on data storage integrity, managed NAND media failures, and automotive storage security at FMS 2019. Flash Memory Summit in sunny San Jose is just around the corner. This year, we’re proud to announce we’ll have two speakers presenting, plus we’ll be part of an automotive session panel.
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“The future is always beginning now.” From what we saw at Flash Memory Summit, this quote from American poet Mark Strand holds true. Now that we’ve had a chance to unpack our bags and settle back in, here’s a wrap-up of insights we’d like to share from Flash Memory Summit 2016. 3D NAND stole the
Humanity creates an unfathomable 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day! To help wrap our heads around that ginormous number – that’s enough data to fill 10 million blu-ray discs daily. Obviously, it’s inefficient to burn all of this data to discs. So what technology will be used to store this data into the future? The