By Gary Hilson
EETimes, January 18, 2019
TORONTO — High Bandwidth Memory (HBM), like many other memory technologies, is being adopted for emerging use cases that didn’t exist at its inception because of specific characteristics such performance, capacity and power consumption. But it won’t be long before there’s pressure to improve upon them as adoption in newer scenarios takes off.
The Jedec Solid State Technology Association’s most recent update to the JESD235 HBM DRAM standard focuses on meeting the needs of applications in which peak bandwidth, bandwidth per watt, and capacity per area are critical metrics. Such applications include high-performance graphics, network and client applications, and high-performance computing.
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