memory access


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Noun1.memory access - (computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored informationmemory access - (computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information
disk access - memory access to the computer disk on which information is stored
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
operation - (computer science) data processing in which the result is completely specified by a rule (especially the processing that results from a single instruction); "it can perform millions of operations per second"
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Mellanox (MLNX) announced that its remote direct memory access, or RDMA, networking solutions for VMware (VMW) vSphere enable virtualized machine learning solutions that achieve higher GPU utilization and efficiency.
An industry first, the highly efficient implementation of cryptography and memory access technologies in the NFP silicon enables the richly featured Agilio CX 50GbE SmartNICs to operate within the stringent bounds of size and power in the OCP 2.0 Mezzanine specification.
It incurs at most one memory access to pTCAM and nTCAM each except movements to preserve order of prefixes in TCAM.
It is touted to deliver up to 985 MB/s of data transfer rate and the NVMe upper layer protocol enables advanced memory access mechanism as well.
Clearly marked controls are provided for channel control, zooming, math, and memory access. "Push" knobs add easy functionality and shortcuts to common actions, while dedicated buttons can quickly access popular debug tools.
Netronome is able to leverage its existing SoC silicon portfolio, which scales to 200Gb/s, to triangulate network processing, memory access and form factor (size, power) requirements and contribute effectively to the specification for the most optimum design.
Utilizing its optimized SoC silicon portfolio that efficiently balances network processing, memory access and form factor (size, power) requirements to scale up to 200Gb/s of bandwidth, Netronome is making contributions to the OCP v3.0 NIC specification using proven and applied processes for the most efficient design.
It uses the long-existing privilege escalation flaw within the processors that allows kernel memory access from the environment within which users run their applications and other types of programs.
Faster and seamless live migration of virtual machines now up to 58 percent faster with up to 75 percent less CPU usage when using 25GbE with Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA)
New features include a peripheral trigger generator and a four-channel Direct Memory Access (DMA) unit.
The first optimization is to align memory access, which can make memory access more efficient and increase the cache hit rate.