Wednesday, December 5th
|Plenary 1: NVMe Today - Where It Is and Where It’s Heading (Plenaries Track)|
|Chairperson: Cameron Brett, Director SSD Product Marketing, TOSHIBA AMERICA ELECTRONIC COMPONENTSCo-Organizer: Praveen Midha, Director Product Management/Strategic Marketing, Marvell|
Paper Title: The NVMe Management Interface (NVMe-MI): Overview and New Developments
Paper Abstract: The NVMe Management Interface (NVMe-MI) is the industry standard for managing NVMe storage devices. NVMe-MI was initially conceived as a means for out-of-band management of NVMe SSDs. The specification has been recently enhanced to include in-band management, NVMe enclosure management, and management of complex NVMe storage devices. This presentation provides an overview of NVMe-MI and describes new features being standardized in NVMe-MI 1.1.
Paper Author: Peter Onufryk, Fellow Data Center Solutions BU, Microchip
Author Bio: Peter Onufryk is Fellow in the Data Center Solutions business unit at Microchip, where he is responsible for storage product architecture. He has been very active in NVMe standardization as an NVMe Board Member and NVMe Management Workgroup Chair. He has been a featured speaker at many events on NVMe and NVMe-MI, including Flash Memory Summit. He holds over 40 patents in interfaces and communications and has written several published articles. He was previously Director of Engineering at Integrated Device Technology (IDT) and a research staff member at AT&T Bell Labs. He earned a PhD in electrical and computer engineering from Rutgers University and an MSEE from Purdue University.