NVMe™: A Guide to Everything You Need to Know

NVMe™: A Guide to Everything You Need to Know

NVMe, NVMe, NVMe. By now, you’re probably hearing about it everywhere. And, as I mentioned in my early March blog post, I think 2019 is the year of NVMe. However, if you are still trying to understand what exactly NVMe is, what it might mean for your organization, or how you start to map out your strategy, we’ve got you covered!

From Technology to Impact and Adoption – Your NVMe Guide

Over the past several months, we have published and shared numerous papers, blogs and webinars about NVMe technology and guidelines for you to consider when deciding if NVMe is right for you. We’ve put these together as a helpful NVMe guide with everything you need to know about NVMe to accelerate your data for better business:

What is NVMe Technology?

What’s the Impact of NVMe on the Data Center?

What are the Economics of NVMe?

How Do I Approach My NVMe Strategy?

These blogs are great resources to get you started:

How Do I Choose the Right NVMe Solution?

Check out the expert insights in these two webinars:

In the coming months, we’ll keep sharing more information on the topic. I invite you to join us for future webinars, ask questions using the comments feature below and/or social media channels. I’ll do my best to incorporate your questions into future content!

If you have specific questions about how to best integrate NVMe into your IT environment and what type of solution would be most economical and beneficial for your data center, our experts are here to help – contact us here.

Author

Erik Ottem: Erik is the Senior Director, Product Marketing of Western Digital's Data Center Systems, with 25+ years of experience in high tech storage.

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