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INTEL: Reimagining the Data Center Memory and Storage Hierarchy 2018.06.02

Santa Clara, CA, USA - May 30, 2018 - Unlike traditional DRAM, Intel Optane DC persistent memory will offer the unprecedented combination of high-capacity, affordability and persistence. By expanding affordable system memory capacities (greater than 3 terabytes per CPU socket), end customers can use systems enabled with this new class of memory to better optimize their workloads by moving and maintaining larger amounts of data closer to the processor and minimizing the higher latency of fetching data from system storage. Intel's persistent memory will be available in capacities up to 512GB per module.

Revolutionizing Memory and Storage
Intel Optane technology provides an unparalleled combination of high throughput, low latency, high quality of service, and high endurance.
Check out the video to see how new computer architectures are unleashing unprecedented possibilities from data center to desktop.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 

Santa Clara, CA, USA - May 30, 2018

By Lisa Spelman
Vice President and General Manager of Intel Xeon products and data center marketing in the Data Center Group at Intel Corporation


• Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory Represents a New Class of Memory and Storage Technology Architected to Extract Further Value from Data

We’ve all heard about escalating mountains of data – and yes, there is a tremendous amount of data generated daily that must be stored, secured and organized.

More interesting than the amount of data is the value it represents.

Value that comes from analysis and the resulting insights. Data may store the next great business opportunity, societal advancement or scientific discovery.

Lisa Spelman is vice president and general manager of Intel Xeon products and data center marketing in the Data Center Group at Intel Corporation.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
While we’ve made great progress as an industry in providing the infrastructure, tools and best practices to drive this analysis, limitations are also emerging.

Not only is the volume and variety of data growing, but the velocity of desired insights is accelerating.

The Intel Optane Solid State Drive (SSD) helps eliminate data center storage bottlenecks and allows bigger, more affordable data sets.
It can accelerate applications, reduce transaction costs for latency-sensitive workloads, and improve overall data center TCO.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
To really tap into all of this data, we must remove the bottlenecks that restrict its flow and readiness for processing.

Photo courtesy of Intel
 
Today, we’re sharing the first in-depth look at how Intel is reimagining the memory and storage hierarchy for application developers and data solution providers with the upcoming introduction of Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory.

Photo courtesy of Intel
 
Intel Optane DC persistent memory represents a new class of memory and storage technology architected specifically for data center usage.

One that we believe fundamentally breaks through some of the constricting methods for using data that have governed computing for more than 50 years.

Intel Optane Technology
This technology is a unique combination of 3D XPoint memory media, Intel Memory and Storage Controllers, Intel Interconnect IP and Intel software.
Together these building blocks deliver a revolutionary leap forward in decreasing latency and accelerating systems for workloads demanding large capacity and fast storage.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
Unlike traditional DRAM, Intel Optane DC persistent memory will offer the unprecedented combination of high-capacity, affordability and persistence.

By expanding affordable system memory capacities (greater than 3 terabytes per CPU socket), end customers can use systems enabled with this new class of memory to better optimize their workloads by moving and maintaining larger amounts of data closer to the processor and minimizing the higher latency of fetching data from system storage.

Intel’s persistent memory will be available in capacities up to 512GB per module.

Photo courtesy of Intel
 
High-capacity persistent memory in the data center allows applications to run without incurring the latency penalty of going out to storage over the PCIe bus.

Intel Optane Memory Changes Everything
Intel Optane memory is a smart, adaptable system accelerator for PCs with a 7th Gen Intel Core processor and a hard disk drive.
It provides uncompromising system responsiveness for large capacity storage drives, making everything you do fast, smooth and easy.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
As developers adapt software, this new memory class is designed to enable cost-effective, large-capacity in-memory database solutions; provide greater system uptime and faster recovery after power cycles; accelerate virtual machine storage; deliver higher performance to multi-node, distributed cloud applications; and offer advanced encryption for persistent data built into the hardware.

Intel Optane Solid State Drives for Consumers
Add workstation class performance and industry leading endurance to your computing system.
Intel Optane technology sets the precedent for high performance desktops and workstations, empowering professional users, creators, and enthusiasts to do more.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
These benefits will have a significant impact on real-world data center operations.

For example, for planned restarts of a NoSQL in-memory database using Aerospike Hybrid Memory Architecture, Intel Optane DC persistent memory provides a minutes-to-seconds restart speedup compared to DRAM-only cold restart.

Intel Optane Technology Data Center Solutions
Accelerate applications for fast caching and storage, reduce transaction costs for latency-sensitive workloads and increase scale per server.
Intel Optane technology allows data centers to deploy bigger and more affordable datasets to gain new insights from large memory pools.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
On memory-intensive workloads such as Redis IMDB server, Intel’s persistent memory enables higher memory capacities, delivering more server instances at the same service level agreement (SLA) performance when compared to a system configured with just DRAM.

Photo courtesy of Intel
 
Intel Optane DC persistent memory has generated a lot of excitement among our customers who are targeting the technology to fill the capacity, performance and latency gaps that stagnate current storage architectures.

Photo courtesy of Intel
 
In an effort to streamline broad adoption, we have invested several years building a significant ecosystem of developers and enabling independent software vendors (ISVs) globally to target this new class of memory.

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Working closely with these partners, we are creating and extending a whole new generation of applications and services that will deliver revolutionary capabilities to data center applications.

Photo courtesy of Intel
 
Intel Optane DC persistent memory is sampling today and will ship for revenue to select customers later this year, with broad availability in 2019.

In an effort to further jump-start broader software development, we are offering developers remote access to systems equipped with Intel Optane DC persistent memory for software development and testing through our Intel® Builders Construction Zone.

Photo courtesy of Intel
 
As technologies like Intel Optane DC persistent memory come to market, systems architects and developers should consider new methods for data access and storage, and uncover opportunities to remove throughput bottlenecks.

These new methods could also result in deriving more value from data.

Intel Optane DC persistent memory represents a new class of memory and storage technology designed specifically for data center usage.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
The combination of Intel Optane DC persistent memory with our performance-optimized Intel Optane SSDs and next-generation cost-optimized 3D NAND SSDs with Quad-Level Cell (QLC) technology will further deliver storage efficiency to warm data as an alternative to relying on HDDs.

Intel Optane DC persistent memory represents a new class of memory and storage technology designed specifically for data center usage.
Photo courtesy of Intel
 
We invite developers to learn more about Intel Optane DC persistent memory, Intel Optane DC SSDs and Intel 3D NAND, access training resources and apply for remote access to systems featuring these technologies on the Intel Developer Zone.

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/intel-optane-technology.html  


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Video
Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory Fills the Gap between DRAM and SSDs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9pIXw1ndRI  


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Source: Intel Newsroom

https://newsroom.intel.com/  



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