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Lessons from Linley

Micron’s Ryan Baxter blogs on his recent trip to the Linley Data Center Conference.

“Though I left Boise the morning of February 5 at 0-dark-hundred to catch a puddle-jumper down to SFO, my morning fatigue soon waned as I found myself standing under bright lights at a Hyatt Regency podium a little after 10 a.m. addressing a room full of engineers and system architects.

This was my second appearance at the annual Linley Data Center Conference which was held in Santa Clara, CA February 5-6.  One of several conferences put on by the well-respected research group, this event covers system design for data-center servers and networking, so I am definitely in my element with this crowd.  I was the last of three speakers on a panel entitled Server Technology following presentations by Applied Micro Circuits and Freescale.  My talk, called “Developing Scalable and Resilient Memory Systems with Hybrid Memory Cube,” which you can view below, focused on HMC adoption, comparative technologies today, and the status of the HMC Consortium.      Read more here

By : admin /February 27, 2014

Arira Design Announces Availability of its HMC Evaluation & Development Board

Customers can use the Arira HMC Evaluation & Development Board to get a jumpstart designing Hybrid Memory Cube technology into their next product platform.

San Jose, CA, January 3, 2014:  Arira Platforms, a division of Arira Design, has announced the upcoming release of its Hybrid Memory Cube Evaluation & Development Board, the industry’s first evaluation kit to support the development of products based on Micron’s Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) Technology, Arira’s evaluation kit will allow electronics developers to get a jumpstart designing Hybrid Memory Cube technology into their next platform innovations. (more…)

By : admin /January 08, 2014

Hybrid Memory Cube: A New Blueprint for Memory Architecture

Scott Graham explains Micron’s radical new Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) technology, its incredible potential for high-performance memory applications, and how it’s coming to market thanks to a surprising industry partnership.

Arira is playing a key part in developing HMC Technology by designing the Hybrid Memory Controller Card (HMCC).  Our HMCC allows developers to get HMC based designs to market quicker and with greater reliability than anything else currently on the market.

By : dan williams /December 13, 2013

A Deeper Look Inside HMC Technology

Arira is playing a key part in developing HMC Technology by designing the Hybrid Memory Controller Card (HMCC).  Our HMCC allows developers to get HMC based designs to market quicker and with greater reliability than anything else currently on the market.

By : admin /December 13, 2013

Hybrid Memory Cube at Supercomputing Conference 2013

cubeMicron unveils their highly anticipated HMC Technology at SC ’13.

Multi-core processing is bringing incredible advances to supercomputing and advanced networking systems.

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Arira is playing a key part in developing HMC Technology by designing the Hybrid Memory Controller Card (HMCC).  Our HMCC allows developers to get HMC based designs to market quicker and with greater reliability than anything else currently on the market.

By : dan williams /December 12, 2013

Altera’s FPGAs Meet Micron’s Hybrid Memory Cubes

Max Maxfield of the EE Times talks about phenomenal changes in the DRAM business and particular, the Hybrid Memory Cube..

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Arira is playing a key part in developing HMC Technology by designing the Hybrid Memory Controller Card (HMCC).  Our HMCC allows developers to get HMC based designs to market quicker and with greater reliability than anything else currently on the market.

By : dan williams /December 07, 2013

Micron ships Hybrid Memory Cube that boosts DRAM 15X

System makers get their first look at the high-speed memory boards

Computerworld – Micron Wednesday said that it’s started shipping engineering samples of its 3D Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) to high-performance computing and network equipment makers.

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Arira is playing a key part in developing HMC Technology by designing the Hybrid Memory Controller Card (HMCC).  Our HMCC allows developers to get HMC based designs to market quicker and with greater reliability than anything else currently on the market.

By : dan williams /December 07, 2013

Micron Hybrid Memory Cube Engineering Samples Start to Ship

Semiconductor company Micron Technology, Inc. has announced that it has started shipping 2GB Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) engineering samples to its lead customers. The firm says that HMC “represents a dramatic step forward in memory technology”. Initially it is envisaged that this tech will be employed in enterprise and corporations within data packet processing, data packet buffering and processor accelerator systems. However, within three to five years this HMC technology is expected to filter down to consumer applications.

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Arira is playing a key part in developing HMC Technology by designing the Hybrid Memory Controller Card (HMCC).  Our HMCC allows developers to get HMC based designs to market quicker and with greater reliability than anything else currently on the market.

By : admin /October 08, 2013

Matterport Unveils $5.6 Million Funding to 3D Capture Everything, Even the Kitchen Sink

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Matterport, the leader in rapid 3D scanning of spaces and objects, announced today that it raised a $5.6 million Series A financing round to create immersive experiences with interior spaces, starting with your home. Lux Capital led this latest investment round, with participation from Felicis Ventures, Red Swan Ventures, Greylock, Qualcomm Ventures, as well as a number of prominent Silicon Valley angels.

“We welcome the participation of these investors,” said Matt Bell, inventor of the camera and Matterport co-founder. “Together we are transcending limitations of the physical world by allowing people to communicate in 3D.”

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By : admin /April 08, 2013

Aurora Networks to acquire Harmonic optical business for $46 million

Acquisition expands Aurora Networks’ installed base and cable market penetration

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aurora Networks, Inc., the number one optical access solution provider for cable operators, announced today the acquisition of the assets of Harmonic’s optical transmission equipment business. The acquisition will increase Aurora Networks’ market share lead in the optical transport market by significantly increasing its installed base for next-generation service-providing products and creating long-term strategic growth opportunities.

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By : admin /April 08, 2013
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