By Gary Hilson, EETimes
November 30, 2018
TORONTO – You know you’ve made it when you get your own show. The fact that there’s a show dedicated to NVM Express (NVMe) next month solidifies an industry-wide sentiment that the host controller interface and storage protocol hit a tipping point in the last year.
“This year was a big year for NVMe,” said Thomas Coughlin, founder of Coughlin Associates. “Going into next year, we're going to see the majority of new products coming out with NVMe.”
This includes products using the relatively young NVM Express Over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) specification and even some hard disk enclosures using NVMe, Coughlin said. “It looks to me like a universal architecture for storage,” he added.
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