Flash Memory Summit 2016
The IAP participated in the 2016 Flash Memory Summit August 8-11 in the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Ana Klimovic (center), a PhD student at Stanford (Prof. Christos Kozyrakis’s group) describes her research project ReFlex to Lance Evans (Cray) and Jim Pappas (Intel) in the IAP Booth. ReFlex is a software-based system for remote access to Flash that provides nearly identical performance to accessing local Flash. ReFlex achieves 850K IOPS per core, while a conventional
Linux network storage stack achieves 75K IOPS/core.
Yixin Luo (center), PhD student at Carnegie Mellon (Prof. Onur Mutlu’s group) describes “WARM: Improving NAND Flash Memory Lifetime with Write-hotness Aware Retention Management”
to Summit attendees in the IAP Booth.
Dr. Saugata Ghose, Carnegie Mellon, (at far left) describes research work on Data Retention in MLC NAND to a Summit attendee at the IAP Booth, while Haobo Wang (far right), a PhD student from UCLA describe his work to extend flash memory lifetime.
The 2016 Summit program covered every aspect of flash and emerging non-volatile memories - client applications, storage architectures, virtualization, enterprise storage applications, embedded systems, memory controllers, and PCIe storage.
There were four Keynotes by IAP Members:
Siva Sivaram, CTO, WD, “Creating Storage Class Memory: Learning from 3D NAND”
Phil Brace, EVP, Seagate, “Design Efficient Storage Systems with Both Flash and HDDs”
Balint Fleischer, Chief Research Officer, Storage, Huawei Technologies, “Using Storage Class Memory to Create Scalable Cognitive Computers”
Jaeheon Jeong, Executive VP R&D, Samsung, “3D NAND is the Leadership Technology for Server Storage”
For the full Summit proceedings, please see http://tinyurl.com/IAP-FMS-2016