MemVerge CEO to Present on Storage Class Memory and Memory-Converged Infrastructure at the 2020 Persistent Memory Summit
MemVerge, the inventor of Memory-Converged Infrastructure (MCI), announced that its CEO and co-founder Charles Fan will be presenting on “Storage Scale, Storage at Memory Speed” at this year’s Persistent Memory Summit to be held on January 23 in Santa Clara, CA. The Persistent Memory Summit is hosted by the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) to discuss topics including emerging medias, interconnects and applications.
Presentation: Memory at Storage Scale, Storage at Memory Speed
What: Fan will present on how storage class memory (SCM) will enable future data centers to be memory-centric and software composed. He will discuss how SCM and DRAM combined with the right software become a new Memory-Converged Infrastructure (MCI) layer that is both persistent and larger in capacity than the memory layer today. This will change the way applications are developed and deployed, and make primary storage obsolete. Additionally, Fan will cover MemVerge’s MCI software technology and its initial use cases.
MemVerge’s MCI utilizes the latest in Storage Class Memory (SCM) technology and is the first system to eliminate the boundaries between memory and storage to power demanding data-centric workloads. Through its software virtualization layer that can integrate with existing applications, MemVerge’s MCI solution provides 10X the memory size, 10X the data I/O speed and a significantly larger and persistent memory tier compared to other existing computing and storage solutions. MemVerge’s MCI will render the storage layer unnecessary and allow data centers to move towards becoming memory-centric.