Join Gary Bronner, SVP of Rambus Labs, on Tuesday, June 16th at 5pm, as he moderates a panel discussion about the divergence of memory and logic technology. Abstract and panel information below.
Title: Memory and Logic Technology Divergence: Will AI/ML bring them back together?
When: Tuesday, June 16th at 5pm PST
Abstract: Memory Technology and Logic Technology have evolved along different paths. The emergence of new system architectures for heterogeneous compute has given new usage models for memory and potentially the need for new optimizations. Current AI/ML architectures are not well balanced with respect to memory performance and/or capacity, for instance. How will technology respond to this challenge? New memories? New architectures? Alternate technology optimization? Packaging solutions? This panel will bring together these different viewpoints to debate these questions.
Moderator: Gary Bronner, Rambus
Gabriel Loh, AMD
KC Wang, Macronix International
Steve Pawlowski, Micron
Suburamanian Iyer, University of California, Los Angeles
Vivienne Sze, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Zhao Wang, Facebook
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