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Samsung Focuses on Energy at Memory Forum

Oct. 29. 2013
Samsung Focuses on Energy at Memory Forum October 2013 - This year Samsung's Memory Solution Forum focused on the global issues of the enterprise and data center rather than the component features. This event, which was formally the CIO Forum, is in it third year, and is a mixed presentation and open discussion / Q&A event for technologist and executives to discuss, understand, and prepare for the shifts taking place on a global basis for data centers issues rather than be caught offguard by them.

The overriding themes this year have taken their turn in the top 10 issues before, but bubbled thier way to the top - energy for operation, open standards and the shift in content type. Carl Guardino of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group lead the event as the master of ceremony for the distinguished lineup of speakers. The event featured presentations from Samsung's Jim Elliott & Bob Brennan, Cisco's Wim Elfrink and Ram Appalaraju, eBay's Roark Hilomen, Turner Broadcast's Robert Igarashi, Qualcomm's Don Newell, Dell's Robert Hormuth, Google's Chris Elliott, Pure Storage's Scott Dietzen, and Solid Fire's David Wright.

As has been a tradition at these events, Samsung Semiconductor's President and 28 year Samsung veteran Charlie Bae opened the event with short perspective on the directions in drivers in memory over his time at Samsung since he first started there on the 64K DRAM products through today's commitment to new process technologies for both the DRAM fabrication and the progression in FLASH memory which now includes production 3D FLASH products.


Source: Media & Entertainment Technology