Videos & Webinars
Jim Handy explains the Objective Analysis 2018 semiconductor forecast in a WeSRCH video recorded at VLSI Research in December 2017.
Jim Handy and Tom Coughlin project long-term changes to the natures of memory and storage at the Storage Networking Industry Association’s (SNIA) annual Storage Developer Conference (SDC) in September 2017.
Jim Handy and Tom Coughlin discuss their new edition of the IOPS report and other reports at the SNIA 2017 Persistent Memory Summit in January 2017. Their presentation begins 4:00 minutes into this video and ends at 30:00.
Jim Handy explains the Objective Analysis 2017 semiconductor forecast in a WeSRCH video recorded at VLSI Research in December 2016.
Watch Jim Handy’s presentation: Today’s Big Changes Are Just the Tip of the Iceberg at the Storage Networking Industry Association’s (SNIA) Data Storage Innovation (DSI) conference on June 14, 2016
Jim Handy participated in a round table webinar: “Best Practices for Solid State Storage Implementation” hosted by BrightTalk on July 18, 2013. A replay of the webcast is available HERE.
Jim Handy made a 45-minute presentation on the role of SSDs as an alternative to DRAM during the 2013 Enterprise Storage Summit webinar hosted by BrightTalk on June 12, 2013.
Jim Handy hosted a panel of SPDEcon solid state storage presenters on BrightTalk on 30 May, 2013.
Jim Handy and Tom Coughlin reviewed the findings of their IOPS survey in a 15 May, 2013 webcast.
Jim Handy delivered the keynote for Avnet Embedded’s SSD Virtual Summit. Other presenters include Adaptech, Crucial, Dell, HGST, Intel, Kingston, LSI, Micron, OCZ, Rorke Data, Seagate, SMART Storage, STEC, and Toshiba.
Jim Handy and Tom Coughlin describe the different forms of paired storage (Flash or SSD paired with HDDs) at the SNIA webcast: “Why HDD and Flash Belong Together”
Jim Handy and Tom Coughlin explain SSD testing and show different results at the SNIA webcast: “SSD Performance Testing – Some Real Results”
Jim Handy presents today’s and tomorrow’s leading memory types: “Fundamentals of Memory“, for Micron-Numonyx at EE Times.