With so many technologies touting faster speeds, NVMe is surely top of mind for many who are trying to determine
Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe used the phrase “less is more” to describe the minimalist aesthetic of his work.
The technology industry is notable for a variety of reasons. It represents 7 out of the top 10 publicly traded firms ranked by market capitalization. In the past half-century, it is responsible for more of the advancements that have changed the way we live and work than any other industry. And finally, although this may be subjective, there is no other industry that uses more acronyms than ours. I could fill an entire book dedicated to decoding and explaining the myriad acronyms used in technology. However, since I don’t have time to do that, I’ll focus on two that represent some of the hottest technologies in storage today – NVMe and RDMA.
Most people don’t talk about coming home from Vegas feeling excited and refreshed, but if you were at the Quantum booth at the last NAB Show you might be. Our booth seemed busier than ever, with only standing room available on more than one occasion.
Watershed moments. Nearly every person, company, industry, and nation will have a handful over the course of their history. Some, like walking on the moon, involve whole nations and have the ability to influence the future of the entire world. Others can be more personal, such as achieving a life-long dream, that only affects the individual and their first-degree connections…
What exactly is NVMe? NVMe stands for non-volatile memory express and is a new protocol designed to work specifically with