Startup UniFabriX Exits Stealth Mode with CXL 3.0 Smart Memory Device Demo
UnifabriX exits stealth mode with a demo showcasing a CXL 3.0-connected Smart Memory device for data centers and high-performance computing (HPC) memory pooling. The startup, funded by angel investors and VC Grove Ventures, hopes the demonstration will highlight the benefits of CXL (Compute Express Link) solutions in enhancing HPC performance and bridging the gap between processors and memory. The company’s Smart Memory Node, powered by their Resource Processing Unit (RPU), enables memory expansion and pooling, providing multi-core CPUs with the necessary memory capacity and bandwidth. The demonstration involves connecting two Smart Memory Nodes across a CXL 3.0 fabric to multiple servers, showcasing CXL-enabled performance in an HPC benchmarking environment.
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