Compute Express Link (CXL) is an open industry interconnect standard for providing high bandwidth and low latency. It adds connectivity between host processors, accelerators, memory devices and network interface cards (NXL). CXL also enables memory expansion and acceleration across high-performance computational workloads for AI, ML, HPC and communication segments.
The Gen-Z scalable computing interconnect protocol provides a simplified interface based on memory semantics and is designed to handle advance workloads, enabling data centric computing with scalable memory pools and resources for real-time analytics and in memory applications. The Gen-Z interconnect standard was developed to enable new solution architectures for delivering high levels of performance …. Read More
SMART’s OpenCAPI DDR4 DDIMM is a leading Edge transformative memory module that enables a data throughput rate of 25.6GB/s with a latency of 40ns and densities up to 256GB. The new 84-pin DDR4 DDIMM is intended for use in standard server environments. It utilizes a serial interface and a differential Data Buffer (dDB) from Microsemi. …. Read More
SMART’s DDR4 NVDIMMs combine nonvolatile memory functionality with high speed DDR4 DRAM technology. DDR4 NVDIMMs provide a persistent memory solution to significantly accelerate application performance in server and storage appliances. NVDIMMs support Autonomous Self Refresh (ASR). SMART’s patented ASR feature allows the NVDIMM to independently initiate a backup in the event of an OS crash …. Read More
SMART’s DuraMemory™ SODIMM, or small outline dual in-line memory modules provide a smaller alternative than standard DIMM, roughly half the size of regular DIMM module. SODIMMs are used in systems with limited space, such as industrial control, embedded and rugged computing applications, and networking hardware, such as routers. SODIMMs are commonly used in harsh operating …. Read More
SMART’s DuraMemory™ DDR5 RDIMMs are designed to meet increasing needs for efficient performance in a wide range of applications including cloud computing and data center processing. The DDR5 specification provides developers with twice the performance (4.8 to 6.4 Gbps data rate) and improved power efficiency in comparison to DDR4 by using an on-DIMM 12V voltage …. Read More