Join Steven Woo, Rambus Fellow and Distinguished Inventor, at the CASPA Spring Symposium and hear him give a presentation titled, “Digital Transformation in the Data Center” from 4:20pm – 4:50pm PDT. Session abstract and additional details below:
Title: Digital Transformation in the Data Center
Time: March 27th | 4:20pm – 4:50pm PDT
Abstract: The rapid growth of the world’s digital data continues to challenge the processing capabilities of modern data centers, and is driving change in the way systems are architected. With Moore’s Law slowing and Dennard scaling finished, the industry is increasingly adopting domain-specific silicon to augment traditional CPUs in order to improve performance. But as processing continues to improve, factors such as physical design constraints have resulted in memory and IO performance improving at a slower rate, resulting in applications increasingly becoming limited by data movement. To further complicate matters, computing systems are supporting a wide range of applications that make it harder to provide the right amount of resources to balance performance, power, and cost of ownership. In this talk I’ll discuss some of these challenges in more detail, as well as some of the ways the semiconductor industry can support the continued improvement of computing infrastructure.
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