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UNH-IOL Launches PCIe Consortium to Address Changing Storage Landscape

Current and Future Testing Services Enhance Performance of Servers, SSDs and Mobile Devices; University Laboratory Offers In Depth Presentation on Latest Storage Technologies at Flash Memory Summit

The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), an independent provider of broad-based testing and standards conformance services for the networking industry, today announced the laboratory is currently accepting enterprise server and storage companies as members of a new consortium dedicated to PCIe – a storage technology that vastly accelerates performance of demanding, data-intensive enterprise and data center applications. Launched July 1, 2013, the PCIe Consortium will supplement testing services offered through several of the UNH-IOL’s existing storage and mobile consortia, further helping members reduce the amount of time and money spent on the rigorous testing required for introduction of new PCIe products to the market. As a trusted independent voice on data storage technologies, UNH-IOL Senior Technical Staff Member David Woolf will educate attendees about NVMe, a protocol which uses the PCIe interface, during two presentations at this week’s Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, CA.  Read More