Meet the President of the Fibre Channel Industry Association: Mark Jones

Against the backdrop of Moore’s Law and ultra-low latency non-volatile memory express (NVMe) solid state drives, network speed and total capacity are increasingly the levers that make or break an application’s performance. Fibre Channel (FC) storage networking may be frequently announced dead, but in fact is alive and growing because of the consistent levels of very low latency and high bandwidth that it can bring to growing NVMe-oF implementations and workloads such as high-velocity analytics, artificial intelligence and private cloud workload hosting. Be sure to listen as the President of the FC Industry Association (FCIA), Mark Jones, joins Storage Switzerland Senior Analyst Krista Macomberto share his take on what is driving continued adoption of FC, and where the technology will fit in moving forward.

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Senior Analyst, Krista Macomber produces analyst commentary and contributes to a range of client deliverables including white papers, webinars and videos for Storage Switzerland. She has a decade of experience covering all things storage, data center and cloud infrastructure, including: technology and vendor portfolio developments; customer buying behavior trends; and vendor ecosystems, go-to-market positioning, and business models. Her previous experience includes leading the IT infrastructure practice of analyst firm Technology Business Research, and leading market intelligence initiatives for media company TechTarget.

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