Along with the introduction of the first 512GB Compute Express Link DRAM in the market, Samsung has also announced the launch of its new 512GB CXL Memory Module.
You can view more information about the new Samsung 512GB CXL below. It is created to offer large memory capacity with low latency in IT systems.
With four times the memory capacity and a fifth of the system latency compared to the prior Samsung CXL offering, the new CXL DRAM is the first to include 512GB of DDR5 DRAM. It is constructed with an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) CXL controller.
As we aggressively expand its usage in next-generation memory architectures, including software-defined memory (SDM), CXL DRAM will become a crucial turning point for future computing structures by significantly advancing artificial intelligence (AI) and big data services, according to Cheolmin Park, Vice President of Memory Global Sales & Marketing at Samsung Electronics and Director of the CXL Consortium. Samsung will keep working with other companies in the sector to create and standardise CXL memory solutions while fostering a more stable ecosystem.
According to Greg Huff, Chief Technology Officer, Lenovo Infrastructure Solutions Group, “As an active member of the CXL Consortium, Lenovo is committed to developing this important standard and aiding in the creation of the ecosystem around the new CXL interconnect.” We’re thrilled to be a part of Samsung’s CXL development program, which promotes the development and use of cutting-edge CXL products in upcoming Lenovo systems.