OTTAWA, April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Diablo Technologies, a proven innovator in high-performance memory system interface products, today announced that it will present at Storage Field Day 5 (#SFD5) on April 25 in San Jose, California. CEO Riccardo Badalone and CTO Maher Amer will provide an in-depth look at the Memory Channel Storage™ (MCS™) architecture and how it achieves record-breaking response times. The technical discussion will be streamed live on the Tech Field Day website from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. PDT.
The event is part of the Tech Field Day series hosted by Gestalt IT, an industry web publication providing contributed content from independent IT experts, writers and podcasters. At Storage Field Day 5, the Diablo executives will address a panel of well-respected IT and storage thought leaders. Badalone and Amer will demonstrate how MCS eliminates the I/O bottlenecks inherent to PCI-Express and SATA/SAS SSD implementations.Future next-generation capabilities and features will also be unveiled.
"We are pleased to present to the delegates of Storage Field Day 5, as well as to those watching the live stream on the Tech Field Day website," said Badalone. "MCS is a cutting-edge technology that drives real-time accelerated processing with disruptive latency performance. Wesee this social-media focused storage event as an ideal venue for sharing how our solution solves the problems faced by enterprises in virtualization, database, big data and financial services."
For more information on Tech Field Day and to watch the live video of Diablo Technologies' presentation go to http://techfieldday.com/.
Founded in 2003, Diablo is at the forefront of developing breakthrough technologies to set the standard for next-generation enterprise computing. Diablo's Memory Channel Storage platform combines innovative software and hardware architectures with Non-Volatile Memory to introduce a new and disruptive generation of Solid State Storage for data-intensive applications.
The Diablo executive leadership team has decades of experience in system architecture, chip-set design and software development at companies including Nortel Networks, Intel, Cisco, AMD, SEGA, ATI, Cadence Design Systems, Matrox Graphics, BroadTel Communications and ENQ Semiconductor.