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FMS ’19 sessions explore 5G, data–driven industrial revolution

FMS '19 sessions explore 5G, data–driven industrial revolution (image source: samma3a.com)
FMS '19 sessions explore 5G, data–driven industrial revolution (image source: samma3a.com)

Free conference sessions discuss how 5G rollout will change the pace of individual, company communications; transportation; entertainment; Internet of Things; storage requirements.

Rilispedia.com – Whether its downloading the final segment of Game of Thrones to your device, riding in a self–driven car or conducting video conference negotiations halfway around the globe, 5G wireless technology will provide the huge capacity and high–speed data transfer to change the way people and companies communicate. To understand how the technology will shift where and how much high–speed storage will be needed in the new infrastructure the Flash Memory Summit (FMS) 19 is conducting a series of no–cost panel sessions (https://tinyurl.com/yy94faek) at the Santa Clara Convention Center August 7–9.

“5G brings faster, denser internet connectivity,” said Charles Sobey, FMS conference chairman. “This will drive increased storage demands to enable new services and products in robotics, smart cities, smart factories, and incredible entertainment.”

To examine the new connectivity platform and its impact on device and storage manufactures, FMS will be providing a series of no–cost sessions now that it will be possible to have everything online all of the time and applications in the cloud.

Two sessions moderated by mobile and wireless analyst J. Gerry Purdy, Ph.D., Principal Analyst with Mobilocity, will cover 5G broadband and the onslaught of local data as well as how businesses can break the storage bottleneck for 5G and IoT.

With the global rollout of super–fast 5G wireless networks and near zero latency (data transfer delay), autonomous vehicles and smart cities will not only be possible but practical. To understand the changes free registration sessions will help vehicle and storage manufacturers, their suppliers and transportation officials identify and develop solutions to benefit tomorrow’s global economy.

Session topics include:

  • Auto infotainment – store or stream advances; entertain or distract
  • The storage challenges of edge computing
  • Tomorrow’s auto storage safety/security requirements
  • The storage/management challenges of the autonomous transportation ecosystem
  • A special in–vehicle, off–vehicle roundtable discussion – How do we capture, handle, use data properly while protecting content that is constantly in–motion

Because industry analysts expect people to begin streaming more video in higher resolution as well as use more immersive video formats such as VR, FMS officials have brought three new sessions to the annual program. No cost sessions include:

  • Real world examples of the latest in volumetric, true 3–D capture, its applications and storage requirements
  • VR – virtual stories, experiences you control
  • Open mic panel discussion – living in Ready Player One virtual experience

Registration for the no–cost (https://tinyurl.com/y3jug4kd) sessions is open to individuals and organizations interested in understanding in tomorrow’s technology issues and opportunities.

In addition to the no–cost 5G, autonomous transportation and volumetric/VR sessions, the Flash Memory Summit 2019 will also showcase the latest in flash memory design, production and application with over eight simultaneous panel session tracks and 16 keynotes speakers from industry leaders around the globe. Featuring the latest technology trends, new products and a broad range of storage applications including automotive, cloud, enterprise, mobile/wearables that are requiring a new generation of solutions for tomorrow’s organizations and consumers. The event will also include expert table discussions, performance testing opportunities, venture capital opportunities overview and enhanced women in technology sessions.