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Testing Fuels The NVMe Revolution
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Susan Fogarty
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Susan Fogarty,
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8/10/2014 | 7:40:34 AM
Re: Work at the IOL
LOL, @mikemoree, I have toured the IOL and it seems like a fabulous place to work. It's also only about a half hour from my house. Very tempting!
Susan Fogarty
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Susan Fogarty,
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6/24/2014 | 1:23:38 PM
Re: Work at the IOL
Hi David, thanks so much for your response and the additional details. 15 companies is a lot -- I would say that's a large number of early adopters. We're looking forward to hearing more about NVMe as it develops.
David Woolf
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David Woolf,
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6/23/2014 | 2:11:14 PM
Re: Work at the IOL
Hi Susan, today UNH-IOL is working with 15 companies in the NVMe space, generally early adopters. Additionally there are 2 test and measurement companies involved. we expect the membership to continue to expand as NVMe adoption ramps up.
MarciaNWC
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MarciaNWC,
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6/20/2014 | 6:55:02 PM
Re: Work at the IOL
I'm curious too about the consortium and how many storage vendors participate. It seems that the kind of coordination UNH-IOL does must be challenging but the payoff is invaluable to the industry.
Susan Fogarty
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Susan Fogarty,
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6/18/2014 | 10:34:01 AM
Work at the IOL
David, thanks for this post. It's really interesting to get a glimpse into the details of how the InterOperability Lab does its work. About how many different storage vendors does the lab collaborate with on conformance testing for NVMe? (I'm wondering if so far it is only a few early adopters, or if most of the industry is participating.)


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