From The Core To The Edge Of Digital Transformation
At our core, we are Memory-Driven™, with memory innovation being integrated into the very essence of all that we do.
The Memory Digital™ Ultra-SuperBrand portfolio embodies our steadfast commitment to meeting the ever-increasing demands of memory customers amidst the continuously expanding impact of AI and ML technologies on our digital lifestyles. Our core values are centered around being Memory-Driven™, with memory innovation acting as the driving force behind our pursuit of building a leading position in the global digital market.
Edge Of Innovation
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Memory At The Edge
Whether it’s the memory subsystem associated with sensor fusion processing, path planning, or the storage subsystem associated with a black-box data recorder, the wide range of memory and storage devices from solid-state drives (SSD) to NAND flash, NOR flash through low-power DRAM, and GDDR6 all play an essential role in getting us closer to a future when we can reply to emails, take a video call, or watch our favorite shows while our autonomous vehicles navigate the best route to get us safely to our destination.
Hyperscaled Memory Innovation At
The Speed Of Light.
On March 22, 2023, NVIDIA announced a breakthrough that brings accelerated computing to the field of computational lithography, enabling semiconductor leaders like ASML, TSMC and Synopsys to accelerate the design and manufacturing of next-generation chips, just as current production processes are nearing the limits of what physics makes possible.
The new NVIDIA cuLitho software library for computational lithography is being integrated by TSMC, the world’s leading foundry, as well as electronic design automation leader Synopsys into their software, manufacturing processes, and systems for the latest-generation NVIDIA Hopper™ architecture GPUs. Equipment maker ASML is working closely with NVIDIA on GPUs and cuLitho, and is planning to integrate support for GPUs into all of its computational lithography software products.
The advance will enable chips with tinier transistors and wires than is now achievable, while accelerating time to market and boosting energy efficiency of the massive data centers that run 24/7 to drive the manufacturing process.
NAND and HDD storage technologies have entered a new phase of system integration, unlocking unprecedented levels of capacity, performance, and data resiliency, especially for enterprise applications. Hybrid drives, which combine the benefits of NAND and HDD storage, provide the best of both worlds. They offer high-speed access to frequently accessed data with NAND flash storage and high-capacity data storage with HDDs.
Hybrid drives also provide increased data resiliency through the use of intelligent software algorithms, data redundancy, and error correction techniques. This ensures data integrity and provides greater protection against data loss due to hardware failures or other issues. The integration of NAND and HDD storage technologies allows for greater levels of capacity, performance, and data resiliency, making them particularly useful for enterprise applications where large amounts of data need to be stored and accessed quickly and reliably.