AMD’s High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) stacks memory on the same chip as the CPU or GPU that uses it, instead of putting the memory off-chip (see “High-Density Storage”). I talked with AMD’s Bryan Black about HBM. Bryan is a Senior Fellow at AMD who is responsible for all aspects of AMD's die-stacking technology effort...
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