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Flash Memory Summit 2018

July 24, 2018

Flash Memory Summit 2018

One Stop Systems exhibited at Flash Memory Summit (FMS18) August 7-9th, 2018 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. OSS featured a live composable infrastructure storage demo with partner Liqid as well as a live Ion Accelerator demo. 

At Flash Memory Summit this year we displayed our All Flash Storage Array (FSAn-4) featuring HGST Ultrastar series drives - With up to 6.4TB per card, this 32 card system provides a quantum leap in performance for big data.

About FMS18

Flash Memory Summit is a convention for the storage industry. Attendees will be able to listen in to keynote speakers, get the latest technology updates, an forecasts. Highlights features NVMe, NVMe-oF, Persistent Memory, advanced memory technologies and key Open Source software topics.

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