DRAM Translation Layer, Mechanism for Flexible Address Mapping and Data Migration Within CXL-Based Memory Devices

A technical paper titled “DRAM Translation Layer: Software-Transparent DRAM Power Savings for Disaggregated Memory” was published by researchers at Seoul National University. Abstract: "Memory disaggregation is a promising solution to scale memory capacity and bandwidth shared by multiple server nodes in a flexible and cost-effective manner. DRAM power consumption, which is reported to be... » read more

Improving Power & Performance Beyond Scaling

Steven Woo, Rambus fellow and distinguished inventor, discusses architectural changes inside of servers and data centers to allow pooling of resources such as memory. That has a big impact on power efficiency and overall performance, but it also allows data centers to customize their architectures and prioritized resources with much more granularity than they can do today. » read more