NVM Systems Architecture meeting (Feb 2016)

On February 5, 2016, we held a workshop to discuss new research directions in designing systems around byte-addressable persistent memory. The workshop focused on rearchitecting the systems stack, from hardware to system software to distributed systems, to better leverage persistent memory. This project has the potential for transformational improvements in performance and usability by reducing the distance between memory and storage, and by combining the two into a single concept: state.

Several documents from this workshop are available online:

Please note that access to these materials is restricted to CRSS researchers and members. Redistribution to non-CRSS members is prohibited.

Friday, February 5, 2016 at 10:00 AM


CRSS Contact:
Ethan L. Miller

Last modified 4 Nov 2016