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CXL enables the disaggregation of memory from compute, which can dramatically improve the performance of data-intensive workloads.
Steve Scargall of MemVerge, explains what CXL is, how it works, and why it is a game changer for various applications, such as AI/ML, HPC, databases, and analytics. He also highlights some industry trends for cloud computing and data center infrastructures that adopt CXL standardization.
CXL 2.0 will enable memory pooling, which sounds great, but a bit vague. How big can the memory pools be? There is no firm answer yet, but we can take a stab at it. How does a petabyte sound? Or more?
Steve Scargall of MemVerge, discusses how compute express link (CXL) addresses memory challenges in AI/ML, ensuring optimal performance for complex and data-intensive applications.
CXL 2.0 could create external memory arrays pretty much in the same way Fiber Channel paved the way for external SAN arrays back in the mid-1990s.
CXL improves the performance and efficiency of computing and decreases TCO by streamlining and enhancing low-latency networking and memory coherency.
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