MemVerge CXL in the News
Podcast | If you are not familiar with this spec, you need to know it, understand it, and potentially design to it. To get a better understanding of this relatively new specification, I spoke to Mark Orthodoxou, the Vice President of Strategic Marketing, SoCs, at Rambus on this week’s Embedded Executives podcast.
…talk inevitably turns to increasing bandwidth and capacity for CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs and lowering the overall cost of main memory that gives the systems of the world a place to think. And that leads straight to the CXL protocol, of course.
MemVerge and SK hynix announced what they call, Project Endless Memory. This is said to be a co-engineered system that addresses the challenge of memory exhaustion in data-intensive applications. Memory exhaustion is a major problem that can cause Out-of-Memory (OOM) crashes or poor performance due to swap usage, especially in clustered environments where memory usage is not uniform across nodes.
DRAM virtualizer MemVerge has teamed up with SK hynix on what they’re calling Project Endless Memory to run applications needing more memory than is actually attached to the server by using external memory resources accessed by CXL.
MemVerge® is attending MemCon to demonstrate the capacity and performance benefits of Compute Express Link™ (CXL™) memory. The demo features a server running an online transaction processing (OLTP) benchmark, with Memory Machine™ software from MemVerge that provides tiering for system DIMM and E3.S CXL memory expansion from Micron.
Podcast | TechArena host Allyson Klein chats with Memverge founder and CEO Charles Fan about his company’s disruptive vision for breaking through data center memory limitations and what the CXL standard will bring to infrastructure innovation.
At the recent Tech Field Day event, MemVerge brought CXL to the audience. MemVerge is one of the frontline companies paving the way for implementation of CXL. During the event, Sr. Software Architect and Product Manager, Steve Scargall showcased two core CXL products – MemVerge MemoryViewer and Memory Machine, that MemVerge has brought to the market to enable software adoption of CXL.
MemVerge Unveils First Software-Defined CXL Memory Applications to Support 4th Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors
Memory Viewer and Memory Machine software run on 4th generation AMD EPYC processors supporting CXL 1.1+ to deliver memory that can be dynamically pooled, tiered, and shared.
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