Perry Keller of Agilent presented an overview of the UFSA compliance certification process at the Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, CA on July 31, 2012. The compliance certification process supports the interoperability of hosts, embedded devices and card implementations. It is expected to be a crucial enabler for both functional and signal integrity interoperability in both the initial and ongoing markets.
Many representatives initiate the opportunity to represent their organization, adding to their own value as they:
- Become counted among worldwide industry colleagues driving the standards setting process
- Benefit from the opportunity to both influence standards development as well as gain early access to emerging standards
- Establish a network of industry contacts, creating lasting alliances
- Sharpen skills and stay ahead of industry trends by sharing knowledge and participating in continuing education conferences