Bothell, WA (PRWEB) February 19, 2014
Datalight Inc., leading developer of software known for simplifying support for complex flash memory technologies, today announced that Thom Denholm, Technical Product Manager for Datalight has been invited to speak at the upcoming Embedded World conference in Nuremberg Germany on February 26, 2014 on the topic of flash file systems.
Flash memory has become the prevailing technology for storing data on devices that need a small form factor, environmental ruggedness and low-cost. A key challenge with the technology is preserving reliability through all of the years a system is required to last. Denholm will share results of Datalight’s testing of a range of file system options, including the impact of file system behavior on the lifetime of the underlying flash memory, as well as feature and throughput comparisons.
Denholm and other Datalight personnel will be available to meet on the exhibit show floor in Hall 4, Booth 3-108, co-located with Logic Technology.
The Embedded World Conference is the world’s largest exhibition and conference on the design and application of embedded hardware and software. The conference runs from February 24-27, 2014 at NurembergMesse. Additional information and registration details can be found at http://www.embedded-world.eu.
Datalight, Inc. headquartered just north of Seattle, Wash., develops technologies to reliably manage critical data in embedded devices. Datalight file system and device driver software ensures reliability, performance and long product life and is used worldwide on many of today’s most well-known devices. For more information, visit http://www.datalight.com/ or call 800.221.6630.
Thom is an embedded software engineer with more than 20 years of experience, combining a strong focus on operating system and file system internals with a knowledge of modern flash devices. He has a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Gonzaga University. His love for solving difficult technical problems has served him well in his thirteen years with Datalight. In his spare time, he works as a professional baseball umpire and an internet librarian. Though he has lived in and around Seattle all his life, he has never had a cup of coffee.
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