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    HPE demonstrates Memory-Driven Computing prototype

    Its fabric-attached memory with photonic links can speed up data processing by 8,000x.
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    Re: HPE demonstrates Memory-Driven Computing prototype

    Nope, I didn't get any of that! How does memory drive anything?

    What are the "compute nodes" - are they small CPUs (ie. ARM cores) or are they something simpler (and much faster) like memory controllers and what do they do. How does the OS (running on the SOC) present this stuff to the programs?

    How does this differ from using CUDA and a graphics card?

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