October 18, 2013
OTTAWA, Canada, Oct. 18 -- Diablo Technologies' Chief Executive Officer Riccardo Badalone will deliver a visionary keynote and its Chief Technology Officer Maher Amer will participate in an interactive panel session at the Open Server Summit, October 23 and 24 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Diablo's top executives will detail new plans for the future of their award-winning architecture, Memory Channel Storage (MCS).
Diablo Technologies' revolutionary new approach, which was honored with a top industry award within weeks of its announcement, finally bridges the gap between enterprise storage and memory. CEO Riccardo Badalone will detail his vision of parallel storage complementing multi-threaded applications and multi-core CPU's, creating the most efficient server design to hit the market yet. By leveraging the asynchronous and distributed nature inherent in NUMA architectures, MCS delivers a next-generation server platform that will accelerate any enterprise application requiring performance and efficiency. Badalone speaks about "Memory-Speed Flash via Parallel Structures" at 11:30 a.m. October 24.
In addition to Badalone's keynote, CTO Maher Amer details the enterprise application and system benefits of the Memory Channel Storage architecture. He will describe the revolutionary new platform that represents the next logical step in the evolution of flash technology by placing persistent memory where it belongs - directly in the memory channel. Amer's "Run Your Flash at Memory Speeds" presentation is part of Session A-103: Memory Interfaces of the Computer/Microservers Track at 2:30 p.m. October 23.
"Storage and memory are finally converging to provide a truly heterogeneous system, where Flash enhances DRAM with persistence and cost effective capacity scaling. We are leading the way for the most flexible and efficient servers ever designed," said Badalone. "The evolution of the server memory tier is a critical factor in addressing the data processing requirements of the enterprise and hyper-scale community. I look forward to sharing with the attendees of Open Server Summit why parallel data stores will be central to the server architecture of tomorrow."
Diablo's Memory Channel Storage is an innovative solution leveraging the parallelism of the CPU's memory subsystem to solve the challenges facing today's business-critical applications. The MCS architecture removes the final latency and IOPS paradigm inherent to current flash storage solutions, providing unique opportunities to transform and optimize performance. MCS puts data closer to the applications, delivering faster and more efficient data access to virtualization, financial services, big data analytics, cloud computing and datacenter workloads. Diablo's MCS is designed to enable seamless integration into storage, rack, and blade servers.
About Open Server Summit
Open Server Summit focuses on the design of next-generation servers with topics ranging from semiconductors and network interface cards through powerful high-end systems to overall infrastructure design and operation. The conference also covers data center efficiency, cloud storage, virtualization, ultra-low-power server clusters, DC power, PCIe flash caching and liquid cooling. Additional information about the conference is available online at http://openserversummit.com/
About Diablo Technologies
Founded in 2003, Diablo is at the forefront of developing breakthrough technologies to set the standard for next-generation enterprise computing. Diablo's Memory Channel Storage solution combines innovative software and hardware architectures with Non-Volatile Memory to introduce a new and disruptive generation of Solid State Storage for data-intensive applications.
The Diablo executive leadership team has been successfully delivering product solutions that enhance the performance and capability of memory system designs for over ten years. Leveraging knowledge from the past to address the future, Diablo Technologies now turns its focus to MCS, an award-winning and disruptive platform set to revolutionize the storage enterprise market.
Source: Diablo Technologies
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