MILPITAS, Calif., March 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Pliant Technology Vice President of Marketing, Greg Goelz
According to IDC, server revenue for the private cloud market will jump from $7.3 billion in 2009 to $11.8 billion by 2014. One technology that will play a major role in a large portion of the future cloud server market is enterprise-class solid state storage technology. Goelz will discuss the deployment of solid state drives (SSDs) in cloud computing-optimized systems in his presentation, "Optimizing the IT/Server Ecosystem for Cloud Computing." He will also discuss best practices for developing future systems to take full advantage of these new technologies for the cloud.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011, 3 p.m. PT
Pacific Crest Emerging Technology Summit (http://www.pacific-crest.com/Public/NewsEvents.aspx?NewsEventID=143): Westin San Francisco Market Street Hotel, San Francisco, CA
To discuss guidelines and best practices for server system developers and IT professionals when architecting future systems that take full advantage of new SSD technologies, as well as to identify other technologies within the cloud IT/server ecosystem that must be optimized to fully leverage the power and performance of Enterprise Flash Drives.
Pliant Technology (www.plianttechnology.com) develops Enterprise Flash Drives (EFDs), a new class of ultra-high performance, energy-efficient solid state data storage drives that meet the demanding performance and reliability needs of data centers and other high performance computing environments.
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