DDR5 Memory Spec Doubles Data Rate, Quadruples Density

July 16, 2020

Standards group JEDEC announced the publication of the DDR5 SDRAM spec, the next-generation standard for random access memory (RAM). Compared to DDR4, the DDR5 Read more…

MIT, ETH Develop Scheme to Boost On-package DRAM Performance 50%

October 24, 2017

It’s no secret memory-to-processor bottlenecks have become a chief obstacle in boosting computer performance. Recent efforts to place DRAM onto chip packages Read more…

Micron Steers Roadmap Around Memory Scaling Obstacles

August 27, 2015

In a packed session at IDF 2015 in San Francisco last week, Scott Graham, Micron’s general manager of Hybrid Memory, discussed some of the key themes occurrin Read more…

The Evolving Memory Market

August 28, 2013

The market for computer memory is entering a period of punctuated evolution as a result of several forces, including the continued growth of mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, as well as growth in the cloud data centers and communication networks that serve data to mobile users. HPC workloads also play a part in the changing memory landscape. Read more…

Volta Adds Charge to GPU Roadmap

March 21, 2013

This week at NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference, the priorities for GPU computing's future, including providing snappy access to high memory bandwidth, were cited as critical to growing user ranks. The energy consumption, data volume and velocity requirements are giving way to new, more efficient and higher bandwidth approaches, including Volta, which was revealed during the keynote event. Read more…

Hybrid Memory Cube Angles for Exascale

July 10, 2012

Computer memory is currently undergoing something of an identity crisis. For the past 8 years, multicore microprocessors have been creating a performance discontinuity, the so-called memory wall. It's now fairly clear that this widening gap between compute and memory performance will not be solved with conventional DRAM products. But there is one technology under development that aims to close that gap, and its first use case will likely be in the ethereal realm of supercomputing. Read more…

Changing the Phase of Memory

June 26, 2012

Researchers look to boost speed of phase change memory. Read more…

Next-Gen Memory on the Horizon

May 10, 2012

DRAM manufacturers gear up for DDR4. Read more…

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