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Missed the “Gen-Z technology overview” webinar? Watch it on replay!


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If you missed the “Gen-Z technology overview” with Michael Krause, vice president and HPE Fellow, it’s available on replay. 


 Here are what some Gen-Z consortium members are saying…

“High-performance computing is reaching a critical inflection point. The growth of applications and devices that can harvest and use millions of points of information per day are creating an explosion in data. Making this data available and useful is critical to everything from business manufacturing processes to scientific research,” said Ryan Baxter, director of marketing for Micron’s Compute and Networking Business Unit. “Open memory standards like Gen-Z are a recognition that the pathways that high-performance compute uses to access memory must evolve to deliver the next generation of computing performance.”

Dell EMC
“I’m very encouraged with the progress the Gen-Z Consortium has made in less than a year. The multi-vender demo and new 112GT/s connector shows the power of collaboration of the best minds in the industry to accelerate innovation in computing platforms,” said Robert Hormuth, Dell EMC Server CTO.

“Since being launched at the end of last year, the Gen-Z Consortium has made considerable progress with releases of core, connector and mechanical specifications,” said Chiwook Kim, Vice President of Memory Product Planning & Application Engineering Team at Samsung Electronics. “The demo at FMS’17 marks a major milestone towards a memory semantics fabric that will meet the requirements of new and existing computing workloads. Samsung is delighted to be part of the Consortium and its concerted efforts to establish an open industry standard.”

You can find more quotes from our members with the latest list of companies that make up the consortium on the Gen-Z homepage.  Learn how you can get engaged!

Lastly, don’t forget to sign-up for The Machine User Group to receive an invitation to our private community discussion group where developers, technologists, and industry experts interested in Memory-Driven Computing get technical about programming in a world of abundant memory.

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