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GRAID Technology Featured As Standout Technology by Blocks & Files, FMS 2022 Recap
“There were standout technology advances. For example, GRAID Technology and its AI-style processor, as well as optimizing the whole digital data supply chain between flash and processors.”
(Blocks & Files, Chris Mellor, August 8, 2022) —
Some three thousand people from the flash and SSD supply industry gratefully met at the Flash Memory Summit 2022 in the Santa Clara convention Centre this week – the first FMS summit for two years due to the great COVID convention shutdown.
The vibe was overwhelmingly positive. Attendees were pleased to be there, to be part of the flash community, and there was a strong sense of everyone associating together for the greater good of the flash and SSD ecosystem. Sure, there were pretty direct questions in some of the many sessions, but there was obvious respect on the part of both question asker and question answerer. Everyone, it appeared, was simply glad to be there and taking part.
The summit focus was on suppliers in the flash and SSD ecosystem, not end users. But any end users who did attend enjoyed an unrivalled opportunity to look into the heart of the technology developments.
There were standout technology advances. For example: NeuroBlade and its GPU-style processors and hyper-compute for analytics; GRAID Technology and its AI-style processor plus optimizing the whole digital data supply chain between flash and processors; FADU and its controller promising greased lightning PCIe 5 SSDs.
Learn more about GRAID Technology at Flash Memory Summit 2022: GRAID Technology, Winner of FMS 2022 Most Innovative Flash Memory Startup, Best of Show Award
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