How CXL is Changing the Data Center

July 8, 2021
Steve Woo from RAMBUS talks about the Compute Express Link and its impact on the data center.

This is part of Electronic Design's TechXchange Talks series. 

Compute Express Link (CXL) is a cache-coherent, system interconnect technology based on PCI Express 5.0. It's designed to link memory and peripherals with computational nodes including CPUs, GPGPUs, FPGAs, and other devices like machine-learning accelerators. 

Editor Bill Wong talks with Steve Woo, Fellow and Distinguished Inventor at RAMBUS, about CXL technology and how it's affecting the design and deployment of data-center and cloud servers.

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