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Wednesday, May 21 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
NVM-Express PCI-e Storage - Keith Busch

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NVM-Express is a standard for high performance PCI-e storage. We're now seeing devices released from many vendors throughout the industry implementing this protocol, and we've learned much since the driver's original inclusion in the Linux mainline kernel over 2 years ago. Keith Busch is one of the core contributors to this driver, and in this presentation will review the standard and how it fits into the Linux kernel, driver and kernel enhancements since it's original inception, and discuss proposed driver and block layer modifications to make full use of this protocol's potential.

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Keith Busch

Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Keith Busch is a software engineer working for Intel's Non-Volatile Solutions Group (NSG). He develops NVM products, writes the linux drivers and software, and represents Intel at committees and conferences. Keith has written contributions included in NVM-Express specifications, and presented this technology and Linux software supporting it at the Flash Memory Summit (2013 and 2014), LinuxCon Japan 2014, and Linux Vault 2015.

Wednesday May 21, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Orchid 1 & 2

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