Arira Joins the Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium (HMC)

06/21/2012

Arira Design has joined the Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium (HMCC)

The HMCC is a working group made up of industry leaders that build, design-in or enable Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) memory technology.  The goal of the consortium is to facilitate HMC integration into a wide variety of systems, platforms and applications by defining an adoptable industry-wide interface that enables developers, manufacturers and enablers to leverage this revolutionary technology.  Hybrid Memory Cube is a revolutionary innovation in DRAM memory architecture that sets a new standard for memory performance, power consumption and cost.

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.

To get your HMCC and to learn more about our board’s features, click here  


Click to learn more about the HMC Consortium
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    Arira was founded in 2003 by three experienced design engineers who wanted to build a company focused on designing and building electronic systems within extremely tight schedules, giving clients access to both knowledge of design as well as connecting them to a first rate project management team. Drawing on skill sets from the Networking, Telecom, Storage Networks and Handheld Devices markets, Arira has grown into a highly regarded electronic design services firm. Our focus continues to be on system design services, prototyping, and project management.
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    Arira provides superior quality design and development for a variety of electronic products and industries. Arira's extensive experience in complex designs and proven methodologies are ideally suited for the following markets: Telecommunications Systems: Data Networking; Storage Area Networking; High Performance Computing; Handheld / Mobile Devices; Consumer Electronics; Peripheral Cards