Podcast Season 4

What’s Next For CXL After Memory Expansion?

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 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!

The emerging CXL standard is making waves, promising big memory, new system architecture, and maybe even rack-scale computing. Utilizing Tech is switching focus from AI and ML to CXL for Season 4, and that means new companies, new technology and new hosts! Join Stephen Foskett as he introduces Utilizing CXL along with co-hosts Nathan Bennett and Craig Rodgers. Look for new episodes of Utilizing CXL every Monday!

Guest and Hosts

Stephen Foskett, Organizer of the Tech Field Day Event Series, part of The Futurum Group. Find Stephen’s writing at, on Twitter at @SFoskett, or on Mastodon at @[email protected].

Julie Choi, Head of New Product Business Marketing, Samsung Memory. Connect with Julie on LinkedIn

Steve Scargall, Senior Product Manager and Software Architect, MemVerge. Connect with Steve on LinkedIn

Shalesh Thusoo, VP of CXL Product Development, Marvell. Connect with Shalesh on LinkedIn.

George Apostol, CEO and Cofounder, Connect with George on LinkedIn

Follow the podcast on Twitter at @UtilizingTech, on Mastodon at @[email protected], or watch the video version on the Gestalt IT YouTube channel

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