Israeli startup UniFabriX is aiming to give multi-core CPUs the memory and memory bandwidth needed to run compute- and memory-intensive AI and machine-learning workloads.
UniFabriX is pitching its Smart Memory Node technology as an alternative to socket-connected DRAM, which restricts memory capacity and bandwidth in CPUs. UniFabriX’s technology is based on CXL (Compute Express Link), an industry-supported interconnect for processors, memory expansion, and accelerators. CXL technology maintains memory coherency between the CPU memory space and memory on attached devices, which allows resource sharing for higher performance, reduced software stack complexity, and lower overall system cost.
Source:: Network World – Data Center