The dRedBox project is covered in the recent article “How server disaggregation could make cloud data centers more efficient” in NetworkWorld: “Workloads deployed to data centers often have a big disproportionality in the way they use resources. There are some workloads that consume lots of CPU but don’t need much memory, and on the other […]

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Way back in time, back in the far 1958, the EDSAC II computer came out of the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. It was the first computer that showed us how to use smaller processors as “lego bricks” to build larger compute units. The technique was later called “bit slicing”. Fast forward to […]

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dReDBox had its dedicated booth at the expo of the Design, Automation and Test in Europe (DATE) 2018 conference that took place this year in Dresden, Germany. The innovation pursued in the project and the demonstrated artefacts attracted a lot of interest and discussion from attendees. dReDBox Booth with demo test server and final server […]

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Is it time to rethink the data centre paradigm? IBM researchers think so. As part of their involvement in the EU-funded dReDBox project, they’ll be presenting their work on disaggregated data centres alongside a host of other networking innovations at the AISTECS workshop on 22 January, which takes place during the HiPEAC conference…Read more

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Andrea Reale (IBM Research) has written an excellent blog article introducing the ideas behind dReDBox and the impact that memory disaggregration can have to future cloud datacenters. The blog has been further covered by Phys.org and InsideHPC. Within the article, you can also view a video (linked below) listening to IBM Research scientists talking about […]

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