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Netlist claims to accelerate EDA applications by 8%

8/2/2012 02:21 PM EDT
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re: Netlist claims to accelerate EDA applications by 8%
MemoryMan   8/8/2012 8:05:28 PM
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HyperCloud HCDIMM memory is 100% compliant with the DDR3 JEDEC memory specification. Therefore, the software does NOT need to manage the memory any differently. The application software will now be able to utilize the maximum memory at maximum speeds (3DPC 1333). For additional questions regarding HyperCloud HCDIMMs, please visit Netlist at http://hug.netlist.com

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MemoryMan   8/8/2012 8:04:28 PM
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HyperCloud HCDIMM memory is 100% compliant with the DDR3 JEDEC memory specification. Therefore, the software does NOT need to manage the memory any differently. The application software will now be able to utilize the maximum memory at maximum speeds (3DPC 1333). For additional questions regarding HyperCloud HCDIMMs, please visit Netlist at http://hug.netlist.com

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re: Netlist claims to accelerate EDA applications by 8%
MemoryMan   8/8/2012 8:03:55 PM
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HyperCloud HCDIMM memory is 100% compliant with the DDR3 JEDEC memory specification. Therefore, the software does NOT need to manage the memory any differently. The application software will now be able to utilize the maximum memory at maximum speeds (3DPC 1333). For additional questions regarding HyperCloud HCDIMMs, please visit Netlist at http://hug.netlist.com

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re: Netlist claims to accelerate EDA applications by 8%
DrFPGA   8/4/2012 5:22:18 PM
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Does the software need to manage memory differently using this approach? If the software needs to be rewritten it seems like this is a difficult sell.

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