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HMC Consortium – the Road to a Specification

This week the HMC consortium (HMCC) announced that the managing developers had released the first draft of an Hybrid Memory Cubeinterface specification—a sign the group is making significant progress toward making the technology widely available and adoptable. The draft itself consists of an interface protocol and short reach (SR) PHY definition and is currently only available to consortium members, or “adopters.”  Having early access to the HMC spec is one of the major draws to joining the HMCC; membership has grown steadily over the past year and now consists of a wide range of organizations from OEMs to foundries to research institutions. Now the spec is in the hands of the adopters for review, discussion and refinement, with the intent of producing a final version that will meet the needs of a broad range of technologies.

Stay tuned to find out what’s next in the process, and when and how the specification will be made public….

About Our Blogger

Dean Klein

Dean Klein is Vice President of Memory System Development at Micron Technology. Mr. Klein joined Micron in January 1999, after having held several leadership positions at Micron Electronics, Inc., including Executive Vice President of Product Development and Chief Technical Officer. He also co-founded and served as President of PC Tech, Inc., previously a wholly-owned subsidiary of Micron Electronics, Inc., from its inception in 1984. Mr. Klein’s current responsibilities as Vice President of Memory System Development focus on developing memory technologies and capabilities.

Mr. Klein earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and a Master of Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota, and he holds over 220 patents in the areas of computer architecture and electrical engineering. He has a passion for math and science education and is a mentor to the FIRST Robotics team (www.USFIRST.org) in the Meridian, Idaho school district.

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