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Using Next-Generation Non-Volatile Memory for Future Virtualizations
Prof. Sang Lyul Min
n this talk, I will give an overview of portable storage and explain the
history of computing as the history of virtualizations. Then, I will discuss
opportunities of new virtualizations that are made possible by the
introduction of next-generation non-volatile memory. The prime example is on
virtualization that makes a combination of small non-volatile memory and a
conventional storage device look like a virtual storage device that inherits
the performance characteristics of non-volatile memory with the cost of the
conventional storage device. Finally, I will explain the danger of
extrapolating the current trends to predict the future and briefly touch new
emerging areas that have a potential to create killer applications for
next-generation non-volatile memory.