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Mr. Joe Jeddeloh

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Advanced Storage Technology Cente...

Phone: (612) ***-****  
Email: j***@***.com
Local Address:  Minneapolis , Minnesota , United States
Micron Technology , Inc.
8000 S Federal Way Po Box 6
Boise , Idaho 83716
United States

Company Description: Micron Technology, Inc. is a global manufacturer and marketer of semiconductor devices, principally dynamic random access memory (DRAM) and Nandi Flash memory...   more

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Microns Dean Klein arms himself with ..., 24 May 2013 [cached]
Microns Dean Klein arms himself with a flip cam to bring you into the labs at Micron's Advanced Storage Technology (MAST) Center and captures Director Joe Jeddeloh's PCI-e demo.
Micron Advanced Storage Blog » Who are we?, 9 Mar 2009 [cached]
This team, led by VP of Memory Systems Development, Dean Klein and Joe Jeddeloh, our Advanced Systems Technology Developer defines and develops revolutionary forms of solid-state technology.
Microns Dean Klein arms himself with ..., 1 May 2011 [cached]
Microns Dean Klein arms himself with a flip cam to bring you into the labs at Micron's Advanced Storage Technology (MAST) Center and captures Director Joe Jeddeloh's PCI-e demo.
The YouTube video does a poor ..., 27 Nov 2008 [cached]
The YouTube video does a poor job of zeroing in on the benchmarks during the demonstration, but Micron's Joe Jeddeloh reads off the numbers as the two-card test setup runs through a short series of tests. During an Iometer run, Jeddeloh claims the dual drive configuration posted 200,000 IOPS (input/output operations per second), proclaiming "that's what Flash can do when managed correctly."
While the demonstration showed two cards running in unison, later in the video Jeddeloh holds up a single PCI-E card that combines the two displayed in the test bed with 16 Flash channels and an x8 PCI-E connector. He says the card will achieve over 1GB/s of bandwidth and at least 200,000 IOPS, "coming to you soon."
In a video on Micron's newly ..., 2 Dec 2008 [cached]
In a video on Micron's newly launched blog site (see video below), Joe Jeddeloh, director of the vendor's Advanced Storage Technology Center, demonstrated the technology using a two-processor, eight-core Intel Xeon PC and a card with two SSDs and 16 flash channels.
A blurry readout showed the SSD reaching 800MB/sec. throughput, with Jeddeloh claiming that it "will be hitting a bandwidth of 1GB/sec. and at least 200,000 IOPS," or I/O operations per second.
The card was directly connected to a PCI Express (PCIe) slot, bypassing Serial ATA or Serial Attached SCSI interfaces that would normally be used to plug SSDs into a server or PC, thereby limiting it to 3Gbit/sec. throughput per channel.
Using file transfers ranging from 2KB to 2MB, Jeddeloh demonstrated 150,000 to 160,000 random reads per second in the video.
"That's what flash can do when it's managed correctly," Jeddeloh said.
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