This video introduces new concepts that were developed as part of the latest CXL 3.0 specification released in August 2022. Danny Moore covers Multi-Headed Device (MHD) and Dynamic Capacity Device (DCD) capabilities, and how Fabrics, Fabric Switches and Port-based routing mechanisms expand the CXL interconnect beyond the rack for the data center of the future.
Below is an archive of Rambus videos.
From concept to production, designing a PCIe 5.0 device requires a long development cycle owed largely to heavy efforts on verification and validation.
Today, a large collection of tools enable simulation to find bugs during the verification process or to generate PCIe transactions to validate the device. However, these tools are not enough to provide 100% confidence before a device can go to production for one main reason: all these tests and simulations were not done in a real hardware environment.
That’s why Rambus created INSPECTOR for PCIe 5.0 Interposer Cards.
Check this video to understand how Inspector can help for Diagnostic, Testing, Exercising and Debug of PCIe 5.0 Devices.
In this video, we demonstrate the Rambus Controller IP for CXL 2.0 and the CXL.mem protocol used to access Host-managed Device Memory, or HDM. This demonstration is performed using Intel’s Pre-Production Xeon processor as a host, connected to an FPGA board, instantiating Rambus’ CXL Controller and CXL.mem test design.
Watch this video to learn how we advance data center connectivity and solve the bottleneck between memory and processing.
Whether in the cloud, at the edge or in your hand, real-time and immersive applications depend on data transfer speed and trust. Rambus products and innovations deliver the increased bandwidth, capacity and security required to usher in a new era of data center architectures and drive ever-greater end-user experiences.
[Demo]: Discover why Rambus DDR5 Server DIMM buffer chipset is the industry's first functional silicon targeted for next-generation DDR5.
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