August 23, 2019

WHAT:Dr. Andrew Walker, VP of Product at Spin Memory, the pre-eminent supplier of MRAM IP and solutions globally, will present during the 2019 Emerging Memory and Artificial Intelligence Workshop. During the workshop, Dr. Walker will discuss how artificial intelligence’s (AI) requirement for constant data transfers to and from memory is leading to projections suggesting that AI datacenters could use more than 10% of the world’s energy generating capacity by 2025.

The rapid rise in demand for AI combined with the increasing energy needs of such applications has emphasized the importance of solid-state memory as a brake in system performance and power dissipation. During his presentation, Dr. Walker will review the fundamentals of this energy conversion challenge and explain how developments in new memory technologies, such as MRAM, may be ideally suited to solve this impending AI energy catastrophe.

WHEN:Thursday, August 29, 2019 from 4:00 – 4:30 p.m. PDT
 

WHERE:

 

Stanford University

Bechtel Conference Center at Encina Hall

616 Serra Street, Stanford, CA 94305

 

About Spin Memory

Spin Memory, Inc. is the pre-eminent MRAM IP supplier. Through collaboration with industry leaders, Spin Memory is transforming the semiconductor industry by solving memory challenges vital for AI, ADAS, 5G, IoT and more. Spin Memory’s disruptive STT-MRAM technologies and products provide SRAM-like speed and endurance that can replace SRAM and ultimately DRAM in both embedded and stand-alone applications. For more information, please visit www.spinmemory.com.

 

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