There's a bunch of cool stuff happening at this year's Supercomputing conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. For starters, we'll get to see the updated list of the world's fastest supercomputers (and we'll get to see where Titan ranks on that list). Intel will also be making a few very big announcements at the show, among them will be the official unveil of Intel's SSD DC S3700. We've already looked at the architecture of the drive and reviewed it here, but Intel invited us to participate in a live webcast from the SC12 showfloor.

The topic of the webcast will be Intel's SSD DC S3700. You'll have the opportunity to have your questions about the drive and/or the SSD space in general answered by myself and Roger Peene of Intel's Data Center SSD Solutions, live from the show. Given the venue (SC12 is a supercomputing show after all), try and stick to a mostly enterprise focus (client or server) but I'll be game for answering architectural questions or bigger picture items as well.

If you want to have your question answered on the webcast, respond to this post with your question in the comments area. I can't guarantee that we'll get to all of them but we'll try. The webcast will be live at 9AM Pacific/12PM Eastern on November 13. You can view it live here.

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  • ReliableTech - Monday, November 12, 2012 - link

    Are SSDs not expected to be used in RAID configurations for Servers?
    What RAID configurations will be available?
    Will TRIM be implemented in RAID Controllers?
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  • floam - Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - link

    How should one expect this to perform compared to a 710 SSD when used over a SATA-II interface? Do most SATA-III SSDs behave the same when you do this? I've got one 710 and was looking to get some more but now I'm going to hold my horses, especially given the price differences. But a big unknown to me is exactly what one should expect when I go and place it onto an old Dell PERC 6 controller. Reply
  • FoV001 - Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - link

    will you be uploading the SSD S3700 demo to the website later on today?? Reply

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