The Storage Networking Industry Association’s 2019 Persistent Memory (PM) Summit will kick off this week on Thursday, January 24, in Santa Clara, California. This premier event will focus on persistent memory applications, the impact of persistent memory, and how to implement it in today’s environments.
The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) and SNIA are proud Industry Alliance Partners, and the OFA will again be onsite exhibiting at the PM Summit, promoting our industry collaboration, the 2019 OFA Workshop and more.
Additionally, we would like to highlight the “Characteristics of Persistent Memory: Performance, Capacity, Persistence – which ones?” talk that will be held during the PM Summit starting at 9:15 a.m. PT. This session, led by Paul Grun, Open Fabrics Alliance Chair; Advanced Technology Development, Cray, Inc., will focus on how Persistent Memory exhibits several interesting characteristics, including persistence, capacity, byte addressability, and others. The talk will explore the various characteristics usually mentioned in a discussion of persistent memory and relates them to how applications might leverage those characteristics.
Be sure to check to stop by the OFA table and the “Characteristics of Persistent Memory” session. We hope to see you in Santa Clara!