NVM Programming Technical Work Group
The SNIA Non Volatile Memory (NVM) Programming Technical Work Group (TWG) delivers specifications describing the behavior of a common set of software interfaces that provide access to non-volatile memory (NVM). The TWG goal is to encourage a common ecosystem for NVM-enabled software without limiting the ability to innovate.
The TWG’s current work is the NVM Programming Model specification. This specification describes behavior used by applications and kernel components to access:
A working draft version of NVM Programming Model, v1.0 revision 10 DRAFT is available for review at:
Work will continue beyond the initial specifications development to incorporate new NVM functionality and to develop additional specifications as the market matures.
Participants in the NVM Programming TWG include architects and developers for NVM enabling software and NVM aware operating system components and applications.
If your company is a member of the SNIA, any employee of your company is eligible to participate in the NVM Programming TWG. Membership in the SNIA Solid State Storage Initiative is encouraged. New members are welcome to join the SNIA and the NVM Programming TWG.
Additionally, those interested in the NVM Programming Model may also want to read a presentation delivered by Andy Rudoff at the 2013 Intel Developers’ Forum (IDF): “Server Platforms and Persistent Memory: The Impact of a New Tier Between Memory and Storage”
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