VMware Tackles Memory Tiering with Project Capitola

October 7, 2021

At its VMworld 2021 event this week, VMware introduced Project Capitola, a new company-led effort to use its vSphere software to virtualize application access t Read more…

Micron Quits 3D XPoint, Puts Factory Up for Sale

March 16, 2021

After almost 10 years of investments and flagging progress, Micron announced today (Tuesday) that it is ending its involvement in 3D XPoint, the non-volatile me Read more…

Samsung Announces HBM Tech with Built-in AI Processing

February 17, 2021

Samsung today announced what it’s calling the industry’s first high bandwidth memory (HBM) memory with built-in AI processing capability. The new device – Read more…

Visualization and Filesystem Use Cases Show Value of Large Memory Fat Nodes on Frontera

February 2, 2021

Frontera, the world’s largest academic supercomputer housed at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), is big both in terms of number of computational nodes and the capabilities of the large memory “fat” compute nodes. A couple of recent use cases demonstrate how academic researchers... Read more…

HiPEAC Keynote: In-Memory Computing Steps Closer to Practical Reality

January 21, 2021

Pursuit of in-memory computing has long been an active area with recent progress showing promise. Just how in-memory computing works, how close it is to practic Read more…

Intel Touts Optane Performance, Teases Next-gen “Crow Pass”

January 5, 2021

Competition to leverage new memory and storage hardware with new or improved software to create better storage/memory schemes has steadily gathered steam during Read more…

Nvidia Unveils A100 80GB Powerhouse GPU at SC20

November 16, 2020

Nvidia has doubled the memory of its previous supercomputing GPUs with its new A100 80GB GPU, which aims to drive new levels of supercomputing performance in a wide variety of uses, from AI and ML research to engineering and more. The new A100 80GB GPU comes just six months... Read more…

With Optane Gaining, Intel Exits NAND Flash

October 21, 2020

In a sign that its 3D XPoint memory technology is gaining traction, Intel Corp. is departing the NAND flash memory and storage market with the sale of its manuf Read more…

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