Find out the latest NVM advances in areas like power management, error coding, and novel array architectures.
Solid-state memory continues to gain market share by virtue of improvements in performance, data retention, and robustness. Want to know what’s happening on the cutting edge and what laboratory technology is now me appear on your desktop in the future? Attend the 4th Annual Non-Volatile Memories Workshop (NVMW 2013; March 3-5; La Jolla, CA). Organized by University of California, San Diego researchers Steven Swanson and Paul Siegel, the event features a “vertically integrated” program with more than 35 speakers presenting papers on a variety of subjects including spanning devices, data encoding, systems architecture, and applications.
- Big data applications for NVMs
- Flash-based SSD optimization
- Power management in NVMs
- Operating system optimizations
- SSD wear management
- Persistent objects
- Novel NVM array architectures
- Error coding for NVMs
Keynote speakers include Stan Williams, Hewlett-Packard Senior fellow and a leader in the development of the memristor; and Jon Slaughter, VP of Technology R&D at Everspin. Early registration ends February 24th. For more information, click here