Lightbits Labs, Microsemi Host Webinar on NVMe/TCP Specification

March 5, 2019 Webinar examines important benefits of the new NVME/TCP

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”” target=”_blank”gt;#BigDatalt;/agt;–Lightbit
’ Sagi Grimberg and Microsemi’s Peter Onufryk will present the
webinar, “NVMe™/TCP: What You Need to Know About the Specification,” on
Tues., March 5 at 12 pm ET. To register or learn more about the webinar,
click here.
The webinar, also accessible online, will delve into the newly added
NVMe over TCP specification. Added to the latest NVMe transports,
NVME/TCP defines the mapping of NVMe queues, NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe oF)
capsules and data delivery over the IETF Transport Control Protocol



, Chief Software Architect, Co-founder at Lightbits
Labs and the lead author of the NVME/TCP specification and Peter
Onufryk, a Fellow in the Data Center Solutions business unit at
Microsemi, NVME Board Member and NVME-MI Workgroup Chair



NVMe™/TCP: What You Need to Know About the Specification webinar
hosted on BrightTalk. Attendees will learn the following:

–Important benefits and features of the new NVMe/TCP
specification Wire protocol, data integrity and transport security

–Technical details of the new specification that will help
developers implement NVMe/TCP in NVMe-OF solutions



March 5, 2019 at noon or available on demand following the webinar


Registration Link



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