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11/22/2013 04:00 PM EST
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Kiralexis
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Re: Any update on Micron's Hybrid Memory Cube
Kiralexis   11/23/2013 8:28:12 PM
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Yes, functional demo boards from PicoComputing among others were shown off. Fujitsu also showed prototypes of a future SPARC64 hpc system using HMC as its memory.

DMcCunney
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Does anyone proofread this stuff?
DMcCunney   11/22/2013 9:11:03 PM
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This problem has been exasperated

s/exasperated/exacerbated/


chipmonk0
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Any update on Micron's Hybrid Memory Cube
chipmonk0   11/22/2013 6:18:51 PM
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they were supposed to have demo systems using their HMC 3-d memory at this supercomputer conf in Denver. Any updates on that ?

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