The NVM Programming Model was developed to address the ongoing proliferation of new non-volatile memory (NVM) functionality and new NVM technologies. An extensible NVM Programming Model is necessary to enable an industry wide community of NVM producers and consumers to move forward together through a number of significant storage and memory system architecture changes.
This specification defines recommended behavior between various user space and operating system (OS) kernel components supporting NVM. This specification does not describe a specific API. Instead, the intent is to enable common NVM behavior to be exposed by multiple operating system specific interfaces.
The SNIA Technical Council has recently approved a new technical work group. The NVM Programming technical work group was created to accelerate the availability of software enabling NVM (Non–Volatile Memory) hardware. The TWG will focus on creating specifications to provide guidance to operating system, device driver, and application developers. These specifications will be vendor agnostic and support all the NVM technologies of member companies...
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New SNIA TWG NVM-1
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This is in effect until 30 September 2013. With this approval SNIA plans to submit the Cloud Data Management Interface (CDMI) to JTC 1 as a PAS submission within the next 90 days.
JTC 1 is the standards development environment where experts come together to develop worldwide Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) standards for business and consumer applications. Additionally, JTC 1 provides the standards approval environment for integrating diverse and complex ICT technologies.
"PAS" refers to "Publicly Available Specification" and is an ISO/IEC JTC 1 transposition procedure whereby organizations accredited as valid PAS Submitters can send their specifications directly for country voting, to become ISO/IEC standards.