Moving memory and other resources off the system bus to CXL is exciting, but how do we ensure that these systems will be reliable, available, and serviceable? This episode of Utilizing Tech features Mark Orthodoxou, VP of Strategic Marketing for Datacenter Products at Rambus discussing with Stephen Foskett and Craig Rodgers the technology and standards required for mass adoption of CXL-attached memory. Rambus brings decades of experience and a breadth of technology to the deployment of memory in high-performance and highly-available systems. As a CXL Consortium member, Rambus is bringing this experience to CXL, enabling the technology across the ecosystem. Memory expansion with CXL is being deployed today, and memory pooling over CXL fabrics is coming, but it is disaggregation and rack-scale architecture that will ultimately be the result of the adoption of CXL.
- Stephen Foskett, Publisher of Gestalt IT and Organizer of Tech Field Day. Find Stephen’s writing at GestaltIT.com and on Twitter at @SFoskett.
- Craig Rodgers, Solutions Architect at Camlin Group. Connect with Craig on LinkedIn and follow him on Twitter at @CraigRodgersms.
- Mark Orthodoxou, VP of Strategic Marketing – Datacenter Products at Rambus. Connect with Mark on LinkedIn or see more on what Rambus is doing on their website.
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