A New User Friendly Website from FMS: the Future of Memory and Storage

By Chad Cox

Production Editor

Embedded Computing Design

June 12, 2024


A New User Friendly Website from FMS: the Future of Memory and Storage
Image Credit: FMS

Santa Clara, California. FMS: the Future of Memory and Storage will be held from August 6- 8, 2024 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California. FMS recently launched a redesign website at FutureMemoryStorage.com which highlights the expansion of focus throughout the FMS conference and exhibition. The 18th annual event will emphasize volatile and persistent memory and storage applications. Nearly 100 exhibitors have already committed.

“We are thrilled to introduce our new website to the community,” said Kat Pate, CEO and VP of Sales, FMS. “The site mirrors the evolution of FMS and enables users to easily access information about our sponsors, speakers, new topics, keynotes, and the latest updates.”

Website Features:

  • User-Friendly Interface:

    • Designed for ease of use, the website offers a sleek interface that enables users to navigate and discover relevant content effortlessly.
  • Dynamic Event Listings:

    • Upon the release of the program, attendees will be able to discover a wide range of conference activities, from keynote addresses to special events, with detailed schedules ensuring they have all the essential information to enhance their browsing experience.
  • Rich Content:

    • Access to an abundance of valuable content, including award information and essential resources, will be provided to users to make the most of their FMS experience.
  • Mobile Optimization:

    • Given the importance of mobile accessibility, the website is fully optimized for mobile devices, so users can access content from any location at any time.

The FMS 2024 technical program will cover a wide range of topics including memory and storage technologies and solutions for applications such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), data analytics, high-performance computing (HPC), automotive and space applications, and cloud computing solutions.

Keynote sessions will be provided by industry leaders from companies such as FADU, KIOXIA, KOVE , Microchip, Micron, NEO Semiconductor, Phison, Samsung, Silicon Motion, SK hynix, and Western Digital.

“FMS is the only show that convenes the entire industry in one location to see the latest technology advances,” said Chuck Sobey, FMS General Chair. “We are pleased to expand our scope to bridge the gap between cutting-edge memory and storage solutions, and the demands of emerging use cases and applications.”

In addition to the latest high-performance memory and storage developments, sessions will offer visitors critical perspectives into significant trends and the latest products.

Key topics to be discussed during the conference sessions include life beyond flash, cloud storage, multiprotocol all-flash arrays, sustainability innovations in computational storage, Compute Express Link (CXL), key-value stores and containers, controllers, composable infrastructure, storage class memory, QLC and PLC flash, and UCIe/chiplets topics.

“FMS 2024 is a not-to-be-missed event” said Jay Kramer, Chair, FMS Business Strategies and Memory Markets Track. “Speakers, panelists, and exhibitors at this year's conference will promote thought leadership in storage and memory, share significant applications, create important partnerships, and launch new products and services.”

To experience the new website and register for the event, visit FutureMemoryStorage.com.

Chad Cox. Production Editor, Embedded Computing Design, has responsibilities that include handling the news cycle, newsletters, social media, and advertising. Chad graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.A. in Cultural and Analytical Literature.

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