Flash Memory Summit, the premier memory and storage conference, announces an exciting program of 105 sessions covering 23 key topic areas over its three-day event on August 8-10, 2023.
This year’s speaker program has been expanded to include three days of sessions on Compute Express Link; two days on DRAM and other memory technologies; three days on hyperscale applications, enterprise storage, and SSD technology; and three days on NVMe, networks, and connections. A two-day Business Strategies and Memory Markets track will feature analyst panels from IDC and The Futurum Group and sessions on market and memory trends; and a one-day track will cover Memory and Storage Trends in Asia.
Over 300 presenters from 150 technology companies have been selected to present at our 17th annual Summit. ”
– Tom Coughlin, FMS Program Chair
“Over 300 presenters from 150 technology companies have been selected to present at our 17th annual Summit,” said Tom Coughlin, FMS Program Chair. “We are pleased to have industry experts returning to speak and chair, and to participate in new sessions and panels with topics including What is the Difference Between a Memory Chip and a Chiplet, the CHIPS Act, Data Centers in Space, Automotive Industry Applications, and more.“
A number of activities are targeted at professional development, including a “Career Strategies and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion)” session, as well as a SuperWomen in Flash Networking event. FMS will also cover new trends in traditional technologies in sessions, as well as one titled “Does Your Data Ever Retire – the Truth about Cold Data and Archives.”
Attendees who register for the full FMS Conference option will have access to all content across 8-11 concurrent paper/panel sessions over three days, and all keynotes, receptions, and Exhibit Hall activities. A new Exhibit Plus registration option provides access to Open sessions (1-2 per hour), keynotes, and Exhibit Hall activities.
FMS Pre-Registration is now open. Click here to get discounted packages, available until August 5.