IEEE 25th signal processing and communications applications conference, 15-18 May 2017 // Antalya, Turkey.
Data storage, lying at the heart of the information age, is the driving force of different high-tech devices of todays market that come in different form factors. Hard disk drives as well as recent advanced (NVMe ) flash memories, now occupying the racks of the giant data centers are serving the high performance computing needs of academia as well as the industry. In addition, massively scalable distributed storage networks have arisen to provide ubiquitous and high frequency access to data. New trends as well as the long existed archival technologies such as the high capacity LTO tape pose novel problems of storage complexity, density, reliability,efficiency and security. Signal processing and erasure/error coding techniques are the primary place to look for and propose effective solutions for such problems. The goal of this special session: Signal processing for data storage and networking is to bring together researchers, mathematicians and computer scientists to present novel/original/important work on emerging data storage applications.
Şuayb Ş. Arslan, MEF University.
(c) GdR 720 ISIS - CNRS - 2011-2015.