Focus on how flash storage is revolutionizing the datacenter
SERVER DESIGN SUMMIT, SANTA CLARA, Calif., November 27, 2012 –LSI Corporation (NYSE: LSI) today announced that Gary Smerdon, senior vice president and general manager, LSI Accelerated Solutions Division, will keynote today at Server Design Summit 2012 at the Santa Clara Marriott.
Mr. Smerdon’s presentation, titled “How Flash Storage Is Revolutionizing The Datacenter,” will focus on the impact of explosive data growth on datacenters and cloud environments and how flash storage solutions hold the key to eliminating the I/O bottlenecks of traditional storage architectures to more effectively and economically contend with unrelenting data growth.
What: Keynote: How Flash Storage Is Revolutionizing The Datacenter
When: November 27, 2012, 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Steve Fingerhut, vice president of marketing for LSI’s Accelerated Solutions Division, is also presenting at the Summit in a panel session titled “Increasing Storage Performance.” Mr. Fingerhut’s presentation will examine the different ways to deploy server-side flash storage technology to accelerate application performance and reduce total cost of ownership without disrupting existing infrastructure.
What: Session B-101: Increasing Storage Performance
When: November 27, 2012, 8:30-9:45 a.m.
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