The Intel Persistent Memory Zone is Ready for Software Developers

Autumn is high season for software events and news, and we’re expecting more buzz about Intel persistent memory, planned to release with a future version of the Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor.  For our software developer colleagues around the industry, we’re pleased to announce our new persistent memory resource showcase in the Intel Developer Zone. The zone features video tutorials on persistent memory programming, tools such as the Non-Volatile Memory Library and step-by-step walk-throughs of sample applications. Experts and senior engineers, such as Intel Principal Engineer Andy Rudoff, are your guides to this transformative technology with videos, articles, and postings.

Think Different When Memory is Big, Affordable and Persistent

Intel persistent memory challenges long-held assumptions about DRAM-based memory technology, namely, it’s small, expensive and volatile.  With high-density 3D XPoint non-volatile media and tight integration into the Intel Xeon Scalable platform, Intel’s memory solution will be big, affordable and persistent.  When available, software developers will no longer need to exit the memory domain and use much-slower I/O to make data persistent.  Instead, terabytes of data can remain persistent in memory, close to the CPUs, available in a fraction of the time required to retrieve it from an SSD.

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Some of the resources available today include:

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