Disaggregated and optically interconnected memory: when will it be cost effective?

@article{Abali2015DisaggregatedAO,
  title={Disaggregated and optically interconnected memory: when will it be cost effective?},
  author={B{\"u}lent Abali and Richard J. Eickemeyer and Hubertus Franke and Chung-Sheng Li and Marc Taubenblatt},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1503.01416}
}
The “Disaggregated Server” concept has been proposed for datacenters where the same type server resources are aggregated in their respective pools, for example a compute pool, memory pool, network pool, and a storage pool. Each server is constructed dynamically by allocating the right amount of resources from these pools according to the workload’s requirements. Modularity, higher packaging and cooling efficiencies, and higher resource utilization are among the suggested benefits. With the… CONTINUE READING

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