Open Standards organizations foster industry-wide collaboration and innovation on standardizing technologies that propel the industry forward. Intel is a leading contributor to a number of open standard organizations working in the Interconnects, Performance, Storage Management and Persistent Memory areas. Intel's involvement in these open standards organizations includes PCI Express* Gen4, Non Volatile Memory Express* (NVMe), NVMe over Fabrics, M.2, U.2, SNIA and DMTF – Redfish.

Intel Storage Builders, with its active ecosystem, is the perfect place for partners and end user members to gain access to a wide range of supporting documentation for the open standards work that Intel engineers are involved in. Here you will find each of the open standards organizations with its own specific area of focus, and learn more about Intel's individual contributions to each of them.

This information will help you understand Intel's involvement in each of these organizations and how to make use of Intel's contributions as well as how this translates in to more efficient and optimized use of your infrastructure leading to an enhanced and improved end customer experience.

Interconnects Interconnects Performance Performance
PCIe Gen4 SNIA PTS
NVMe SNIA S4 TWG
NVMe over Fabrics  
Form Factors Form Factors Persistent Memory Persistent Memory
M.2 SNIA NVM Program TWG
U.2  
Storage Management Storage Management  
DMTF Redfish  
SNIA Swordfish  

Open source organizations foster industry-wide collaboration and innovation on technologies that propel the industry forward. Intel is a leading contributor to a number of open source projects within the storage area.

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