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Netlist is a founding member of the NVDIMM Special Interest Group within the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) Solid State Storage Initiative to accelerate awareness and adoption of NVDIMM hybrid memory products in the marketplace. Netlist is the pioneer in the creation of hybrid memory products combining DRAM and NAND for use in Memory Channel Interface to accelerate application performance and provide mission critical fault tolerance.

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Category: HyperCloud Memory

HyperCloud is the leading memory solution for virtualization by providing the highest throughput when expanded to full capacity and IBM customers can now purchase optimized System x3650 M4 virtualization solutions based on their workload requirements.

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Category: HyperCloud Memory

Netlist HyperCloud™ 2 vRank 32GB HCDIMM is now qualified and available on HP ProLiant DL380p Gen8 servers. The 2U DL380p server is an enterprise class server with industry leading performance and efficiency.

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Category: HyperCloud Memory

As discussed in previous entries, HyperCloud HCDIMMs provide the highest throughput possible when servers are fully populated with 24 DIMMs in three DIMMs per channel configurations. This superior performance has been showcased by IBM and the Transaction Processing Performance Council in a record setting benchmark. An IBM System x3650 M4 with 768GB of Netlist 32GB HCDIMMs has achieved an industry milestone for virtualized x86-64 benchmark performance by breaking the barrier of 1 million transactions per minute.

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Category: HyperCloud Memory

In previous blog entries, we highlighted the application benefits and significant return on investment realized by utilizing 16GB and 32GB HyperCloud™ HCDIMMs on Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 series server platforms. In this post, we will reveal the best strategy for purchasing a server and scaling vertically later by adding additional memory.

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Category: HyperCloud Memory

We have concluded that through a series of comprehensive performance benchmarks of our flagship memory product, HyperCloud™ (HCDIMM) vs. LRDIMMs, all results show a significant performance advantage of the HyperCloud architecture in the order of over 40%.

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Category: HyperCloud Memory

In previous blog entries, we have highlighted the application benefits and significant return on investment realized by utilizing 16GB and 32GB HyperCloud™ HCDIMMs on Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 series server platforms. In this post, we will focus on a new white paper released by IBM earlier this month that describes the relative performances between the different memory types.

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Category: HyperCloud Memory

Netlist’s 32GB HyperCloud HCDIMM is now qualified and available on IBM System x3650 M4 server providing up to 768GB system memory capacity for big-data financial applications, high performance computing and virtualization.

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Category: HyperCloud Memory

Are you buying Intel E5-26xx dual processor based servers without maximizing memory? If so, you are likely wasting money by purchasing more systems with less than maximum memory instead of fewer systems with maximum memory. Memory has not kept pace with Moore’s Law and has fallen significantly behind CPU performance leading to smaller density modules at slower speeds. HyperCloud memory (HCDIMMs) are the only solution that allows servers to run at maximum density and performance thereby enabling more applications to run on fewer systems.

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Category: HyperCloud Memory

While microprocessors have continued to double in performance every 18 months as predicted by Moore’s Law, DRAM has not and has resulted in a High Density Memory Cliff for server applications. If DRAM technology had advanced according to Moore’s Law (Figure 1), the industry would have 64 or 128 GigaByte (GB) Dual In-line Memory Modules (DIMM) using 64 Gigabit (Gb) DRAM.

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