Supporting the Linux Foundation’s Software-Enabled Flash open-source project, KIOXIA America, Inc. today announced innovative new software-defined technology and sample hardware based on PCIe and NVMe technology. This technology fully uncouples flash storage from legacy HDD protocols, allowing flash to realize its full capability and potential as a storage media. KIOXIA will highlight Software-Enabled Flash at this week’s Flash Memory Summit Conference & Expo at its booth #307 on the show floor and present the session, "NVMe Software-Enabled Flash Storage for Hyperscale Data Centers," at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
o reach efficiency at scale, hyperscale cloud storage needs more from flash storage devices that are currently based on hard disk drive protocols created decades ago. To resolve this, the Linux Foundation’s Software-Enabled Flash Community Project will enable industry adoption of a software-defined flash API, giving developers the ability to customize flash storage specific to data center, application and workload requirements. The project was created to benefit the storage developer community with a vendor agnostic, flexible solution that meets the evolving requirements of the modern data center.
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