In this episode of Utilizing Tech, Stephen Foskett and Craig Rodgers talk to Dan Ernst of Microsoft, who is deeply involved in bringing CXL-attached memory to fruition within Azure.
This special episode of Utilizing Tech features the three hosts of this season, Stephen Foskett, Craig Rodgers, and Nathan Bennett, discussing the prospects for CXL in 2023.
In this episode of Utilizing CXL, Stephen Foskett and Craig Rodgers talk with Ahmad Danesh of Astera Labs about the company’s CXL-based memory expansion technology.
In this episode of Utilizing CXL, Stephen Foskett and Craig Rodgers talk with Mahesh Wagh of AMD and the CXL Consortium about the important release of the Genoa Epyc platform.
In this episode of Utilizing CXL, Stephen Foskett and co-host Craig Rodgers join Arvind Jagannath from VMware to discuss is how VMware is implementing and enabling the technology.
In this episode of Utilizing CXL, Gerry Fan of Xconn joins Stephen Foskett and Craig Rodgers to discuss the ways that CXL can improve machine learning processing.
In this episode of Utilizing CXL, hosts Stephen Foskett and Craig Rodgers join Founder and CEO of Elastics.cloud, George Apostol to talk about this transition and the need for CXL solutions, and what Elastics.cloud is bringing to market.
Although x86 servers have some configuration and expansion options, they are increasingly monolithic, putting customers at the whim of the system vendor.
Using CXL in Software with MemVerge
In this episode of Utilizing CXL, Stephen Foskett and Craig Rodgers sit down with Yue Li, Co-Founder and CTO at MemVerge discussing the current CXL product market and what MemVerge is doing on the software side.
The first CXL products have emerged, with Samsung delivering memory and storage expanders and MemVerge supporting big memory with their software. Stephen Foskett discusses these products with Julie Choi of Samsung, Steve Scargall of MemVerge, Shalesh Thusoo of Marvell, and George Apostol of Elastics.cloud to discuss current and emerging CXL products. This special episode of Utilizing CXL was recorded live at CXL Forum in New York, with the entire industry watching. Once memory expansion is delivered, where do we go next? Marvell is working to support the new protocol in chipsets, and Elastics Cloud developing CXL fabric switches. Everyone is ready for Intel and AMD to release their next-generation server chips, which natively support CXL, and the CXL Consortium is already working on the next release!