Hybrid Memory in the pipeline!

by George Chetcuti [Published on 17 Nov. 2011 / Last Updated on 17 Nov. 2011]

Founded by Micron Technology and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., a new Consortium made up of six industry leaders is working on a Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) which represents an entirely new category of high performance memory, delivering unprecedented system performance and bandwidth.  The goal of the Consortium is to facilitate HMC Integration into a wide variety of systems, platforms and applications by defining an adoptable industry-wide interface that enables developers, manufacturers and enablers to leverage this revolutionary technology. Hybrid Memory Cube is a revolutionary innovation in DRAM memory architecture that sets a new standard for memory performance, power consumption and cost.
The HMC Consortium is a working group made up of industry leaders who build, design-in, or enable Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) memory technology.  The group works to innovate and expand the capabilities of the next generation of memory-based solutions.
To read more about HMC go here:
http://www.hybridmemorycube.org/

Founded by Micron Technology and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., a new Consortium made up of six industry leaders is working on a Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) which represents an entirely new category of high performance memory, delivering unprecedented system performance and bandwidth.  The goal of the Consortium is to facilitate HMC Integration into a wide variety of systems, platforms and applications by defining an adoptable industry-wide interface that enables developers, manufacturers and enablers to leverage this revolutionary technology. Hybrid Memory Cube is a revolutionary innovation in DRAM memory architecture that sets a new standard for memory performance, power consumption and cost.

The HMC Consortium is a working group made up of industry leaders who build, design-in, or enable Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) memory technology.  The group works to innovate and expand the capabilities of the next generation of memory-based solutions.

To read more about HMC go here:

http://www.hybridmemorycube.org/

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