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Flash Storage Meets Persistent Memory – The Modern Data Center Changes Forever!

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini

Flash Memory Summit Time Line

The Flash Memory Summit is an annual gathering of “People Making Flash Products Happen”. The conference was held in Santa Clara August 9-11, 2016. EMC was a premium sponsor of the event, showcasing the latest in ALL-FLASH product design and direction. In addition, EMC was invited to participate in the General Keynote Sessions.

EMC The Source Podcast Episode #56 - Flash Memory Summit 2016

EMC Fellow, Vice President of Emerging Media and friend of EMC The Source Podcast, Dan Cobb (@dcobbweb), hosted the Keynote – “Flash Storage Meets Persistent Memory – The Modern Data Center Changes Forever!”

I was able to catch up with Dan as he headed into his keynote address. That interview and the full content of the Keynote Session are this week’s EMC The Source Podcast.

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The Source Podcast: Episode #56: Flash Meets Persistent Memory Danny Cobb, Live from Flash Memory Summit 2016

EMC: The Source Podcast is hosted By Sam Marraccini (@SamMarraccini)

XtremIO named 2013 – SSD Brand Leader for All-Flash, SAN SSD Array & “Best in Show” at the 2013 Flash Memory Summit

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini
XtremIO "2013 Brand Leader All Flash SAN SSD"

XtremIO “2013 Brand Leader All Flash SAN SSD”

Redefining the Possible was the theme from the EMC World Flash Key Note this past May. I Know it sounds cliché, but it’s true. XtremIO is rethinking Flash, an innovative approach leveraging software to take advantage of Flash in a way completely different from anyone else in the industry. We have known it here at EMC since the acquisition of XtremIO.

Our feelings were confirmed a few weeks ago at the Flash Memory Summit. IT Brand Pulse named XtremIO the “2013 SSD Brand Leader for all-Flash, SAN SSD Storage Arrays”. Full details of the “Market Leader” report can be found at IT Pulse SAN SSD Market Leader Survey. But the awards didn’t stop there, XtremIO also won the “Best of Show” for the most Innovative Flash Memory Customer Implementation.

Congratulations to the XtremIO Team!!! You can find more details directly from the XtremIO VP of Marketing & Product Management Josh Goldstein at his recent EMC Pulse Blog Here

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