Kim Malone

Storage Software Architect

Kim is a storage software architect in Intel’s Office of the CTO, focused on pathfinding around computational storage and heterogeneous computation. She has over 20 years of experience architecting and developing distributed high-availability distributed systems for the storage, networking, cable, and telecommunications industries. Prior to Intel, Kim held principal engineer roles at both NetApp and SwiftStack. Kim co-authored the first technical proposal for adding computational storage to NVMe, and is co-chair of the NVMe Computational Storage Task Group.

Learn what is happening in NVMe to support Computational Storage devices. Computational Storage requires two new command sets: The Computational…

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