What if All Memory Were Persistent

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Persistent memories are finding many uses in embedded devices and in various computing applications. NOR and SRAM have scaling limits that favor new memory technologies for smaller lithographic nodes such as MRAM and RRAM. In this talk we will explore important developments in memory technology including CXL and memory in chiplets that will transform computing. We will also look at how far persistent memories could go in the memory/storage hierarchy.

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  • Date: 23 Feb 2023
  • Time: 02:30 PM to 04:00 PM
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Tom Coughlin of Coughlin Associates

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What if All Memory Were Persistent

Persistent memories are finding many uses in embedded devices and in various computing applications.  NOR and SRAM have scaling limits that favor new memory technologies for smaller lithographic nodes such as MRAM and RRAM.  In this talk we will explore important developments in memory technology including CXL and memory in chiplets that will transform computing..  We will also look at how far persistent memories could go in the memory/storage hierarchy.

Biography:

President, Coughlin Associates is a digital storage analyst and business/ technology consultant.  He has over 40 years in the data storage industry with engineering and senior management positions.  Coughlin Associates consults, publishes books and market and technology reports and puts on digital storage-oriented events.  He is a regular contributor for forbes.com and M&E organization websites.  He is an IEEE Fellow, 2023 IEEE President Elect, Past-President IEEE-USA, Past Director IEEE Region 6 and Past Chair Santa Clara Valley IEEE Section, and is also active with SNIA and SMPTE.