Upcoming Webinar: CXL 1.1 vs. CXL 2.0 – What’s the difference?
Join the upcoming webinar: “CXL 1.1 vs. CXL 2.0 – What’s the difference?” airing live on Wednesday, June 15 from 9:00 – 10:00 am PT.
Compute Express Link™ (CXL™) is a high-speed interconnect offering coherency and memory semantics using high-bandwidth, low-latency connectivity between host processor and devices such as accelerators, memory buffers, and smart I/O devices. The CXL 1.1 specification introduced and defined the CXL I/O protocol, memory protocol, and coherency interface. The CXL 2.0 specification added support for switching for fan-out to connect to more devices; memory pooling for increased memory utilization efficiency and providing memory capacity on demand; and support for persistent memory.
In this webinar, attendees will:
Gain a high-level overview of the CXL 1.1 specification.
Learn about the enhancements made in CXL 2.0 focusing on switching, memory pooling, Single Logical Devices (SLD) vs. Multiple Logical Devices (MLD), and fabric management.
Explore managed hot-plug, memory QoS telemetry, speculative reads, and security enhancements.
We will be hosting a live Q&A discussion immediately after the webinar to address attendee questions from the presentation.
Danny Volkind, UniFabriX
Elad Shliselberg, UniFabriX
Learn more about the CXL 2.0 specification: