Join us at AI Hardware Summit! Stop by and hear Steven Woo, Fellow and Distinguished Inventor at Rambus, speak about the frontiers of memory innovation, covering topics such as CXL, HBM and more. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our offerings, stop by booth #23. For full session information, see below.
Title: Infra & Systems: Frontiers in Memory Innovation – CXL, HBM and More
Date: Thursday, September 15
Abstract: The relentless growth in the size and sophistication of AI models and data sets continues to put pressure on every aspect of AI processing systems. Advances in domain-specific architectures and hardware/software co-design have resulted in enormous increases in AI processing performance, but the industry needs even more. Memory systems and interconnects that supply data to AI processors will continue to be of critical importance, requiring additional innovation to meet the needs of future processors. Join Rambus Fellow and Distinguished Inventor, Dr. Steven Woo, as he leads a panel of technology experts in discussing the importance of improving memory and interfaces and enabling new system architectures, in the quest for greater AI/ML performance.
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About AI Hardware Summit: The AI Hardware Summit is the premier commercial event focused on systems-first machine learning. Our community’s goal is to reduce time-to-value in the ML lifecycle, and to unlock new possibilities for AI development. This involves a full-stack effort of efficient operationalization of AI in organizations, productionization of models, tight hw/sw co-design and best-in-class microarchitectures. We are creating a feedback loop between those designing AI systems and those using them, to accelerate the development and adoption of AI technologies across industries.