NVMe Developer Days

December 5–6, 2018
San Diego, California


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NVMe Developer Days

The NVMe Developer Days will allow NVMe developers from all application areas to get the latest information on specifications, products, and ecosystem support. It will also bring them up-to-date on ways to make their applications run faster, scale better, use less power, and reduce latency. It will be a one-stop shop for all NVMe issues and will give attendees an opportunity to hear the latest updates, ask questions of the experts, and talk to vendors offering a wide variety of products and services.

Attendees

Engineers and programmers developing NVMe applications or NVMe-based products, as well as product managers, product planners, engineering managers, CTOs, consultants, analysts, marketing engineers, architects, platform developers, senior engineers, and product marketing managers.

Background

NVMe offers a new way to implement non-volatile memory. It offers much higher speed than flash memory, simple write cycles, full byte-addressability, low latency, high endurance, and low power consumption. Recent market research points to a huge total market of $4.8 billion by 2025. Furthermore, applications outside enterprise storage and personal computers are just beginning to appear, and this approach to nonvolatile memory should attract wide interest in high-performance computing, mobile applications, embedded applications, industrial applications, mil-aero applications, automotive applications, and other areas.


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Our Organizers

Mike Heumann

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Managing Partner

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For Our Speakers

Call for Presentations

The Developer Day is open to everyone involved in the design, development, integration, marketing, use, or support of NVMe, or related hardware, software, or services. We are very interested in having you present. Just complete the form and we will get back to you shortly.

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Program - The NVMe Developer Days program will provide attendees with practical information on the current state of NVMe and its applications. It consists of Half-day forums, Panel discussions, Keynotes, Half-day pre-conference seminars …

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Speaker Resources

For Program Participants: Thank you for participating in the NVMe Developer Days. Here is helpful information for preparing your presentation and reaching conference support people. Speaker checklist, dates, copyright info …

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Exhibitor & Sponsor List

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Exhibitor/Sponsor Opportunities

The NVMe Developer Days will allow NVMe developers from all application areas to get the latest information on specifications, products, and ecosystem support. It will be a one-stop shop for all NVMe issues and will give attendees an opportunity to hear the latest updates, ask questions of the experts, and talk to vendors offering a wide variety of products and services.

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Sponsor & Media Opportunities

Issuing press releases prior to the Developer Day helps raise visibility and awareness for your company, products and technologies. If you would like us to post your press releases to the NVMe Developer Days website, please email your releases in PDF format to our webmaster.


Contact Us

Program Chairperson

Dr. Lance Leventhal
Tel: +1. 858.756.3327
Email: Lance@NVMeDeveloperDays.com

Exhibit Sales Director

Kat Pate
Tel: +1.505.238.3208
Email: Kat@NVMeDeveloperDays.com


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“Embedded STT-NVMe has promising opportunities in replacing embedded flash in MCUs and SoCs for automotive, IoT, consumer, and mobile. Complementing first and then replacing embedded DRAM and SRAM is also a huge opportunity for NVMe that would add persistence capabilities to processors.”

Alan Niebel, Web-Feet Research, January 2017