Breaking the Boundaries Between Compute, Memory and Storage, Can We?
TimeTuesday, June 23rd11:50am - 12:15pm
DescriptionAs data-centric compute demands increases, higher memory bandwidth and capacity becomes ever more important for system scaling. At the same time, the demands for new memory such as storage class memory have been increasing to enhance the system performance for both storage-like and memory-like spaces. As we have entered into memory-centric systems, the boundaries between compute, memory and storage become more blur for system performance. This opens up opportunities for new memory-compute options which may bring values to compute and memory and storage simultaneously to eliminate Von Neumann bottleneck in current system architectures.
Vice President of Technology Solutions and Enablement