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Huawei: Rethinking memory subsystem design

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Trends in cloud computing such as the increase in the size of processed data, ubiquitous use of virtualization, and adoption of multi-GB on-die caches amplify the overhead of translating addresses from virtual to physical highlighting the need to rethink the memory subsystem design. In his talk, Artemiy will discuss implications of emerging trends on the memory subsystem design of modern systems and present a technique for reducing the overhead of address translation in virtualized systems.

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This talk is part of the Technical Talks - Department of Computer Science and Technology series.

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