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#60: Kristie Mann, Intel Persistent Memory

by Brian Beeler
PMEM Lenovo

Intel started showing off persistent memory in 2018, before launching formally in April of 2019. PMem was initially targeted toward high-performance database use cases. Here the massive expansion of memory within a server was beneficial for those workloads, but the persistence was icing on the cake, removing the need to rehydrate a large RAM footprint after a system reboot. PMem has come a long way in a short time, Intel recently launched the second iteration of PMem, the 200 Series. On this podcast, Kristie Mann (Queen of PMem) talks about where PMem has come from and what the future holds.

Intel started showing off persistent memory in 2018, before launching formally in April of 2019. PMem was initially targeted toward high-performance database use cases. Here the massive expansion of memory within a server was beneficial for those workloads, but the persistence was icing on the cake, removing the need to rehydrate a large RAM footprint after a system reboot. PMem has come a long way in a short time, Intel recently launched the second iteration of PMem, the 200 Series. On this podcast, Kristie Mann (Queen of PMem) talks about where PMem has come from and what the future holds.

Additionally, Kristie has the latest on several real world uses cases where customers have taken advantage of PMem. There are also some recent open source storage records Intel just trounced with PMem.

 

Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory
Intel PMem Modules in Supermicro Server

Intel Optane Persistent Memory 200
Intel PMem Modules 200 Series

Optane Persistent Memory

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