In-Memory Computing

Why this approach is so interesting today, and what it really entails.

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Gideon Intrater, CTO at Adesto Technologies, talks about why in-memory computing is now being taken seriously again, years after it was first proposed as a possible option. What’s changed is an explosion in data, and a recognition that it’s too time- and energy-intensive to send all of that data back and forth between memories and processors on the same chip, let alone to the cloud and back. One new approach includes analog storage, which is still in research.



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