[T10] Call for Presentations on SPL-5 at November Meeting in Santa Rosa
lobue at scsita.org
Wed Oct 26 03:37:59 PDT 2016
Sorry for the delayed acknowledgement of your proposed presentations. Yes, 10 minutes per topic would be fine, assuming there will be some Q&A around each topic, roughly 30 minutes total should be fine.
Thanks again. Can I assume that we can obtain copies of your presentations to host on the members’ only site following the presentations?
> On Oct 24, 2016, at 12:10 PM, Tim Symons <tim.symons at microsemi.com> wrote:
> Microsemi will make a presentation for two new concepts for SPL-5 that improve system implementation flexibility and overall robustness for 24Gb/s
> · SAS Repeaters : Re-drivers, re-timers to improve reach for difficult channels.
> · Advanced FEC : Apply an additional FEC code that protects multiple frames to improve SAS-4 bit error recovery for better channel strength, reduced retry events.
> I’ll be working on a few slides to present these ideas.
> Should I aim for 10 minutes per topic?
> Tim Symons.
> From: t10-bounces at t10.org <mailto:t10-bounces at t10.org> [mailto:t10-bounces at t10.org <mailto:t10-bounces at t10.org>] On Behalf Of Michael LoBue
> Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 8:00 AM
> To: Ralph Weber <T10 at t10.org <mailto:T10 at t10.org>>
> Cc: Rick Kutcipal <rick.kutcipal at broadcom.com <mailto:rick.kutcipal at broadcom.com>>
> Subject: [T10] Call for Presentations on SPL-5 at November Meeting in Santa Rosa
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> The SCSI Trade Association is pleased to announce an open forum to discuss SPL-5, Monday November 7th at 6:00pm at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek in Santa Rosa, CA. The goal of this event is to have an open discussion on direction and focus for SPL-5. As we move into the next chapter of computing, trends in Storage Architectures and media will create specific challenges for the underlying infrastructure and the SAS protocol must be architected with these in mind.
> Formal presentations are welcome but not required, the majority of the event will be filled with open discussion. If you would like to make a presentation, please reply to Michael LoBue (lobue at scsita.org <mailto:lobue at scsita.org>).
> Join us for an interactive evening of discussion, casual food and drink will be provided.
> Rick Kutcipal
> President, SCSI Trade Association
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> Michael LoBue, CAE
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