The award-winning paper and presentation, and the demonstration of GDDR6 as the primary high-bandwidth solution for the next decade, generated numerous customer requests to work with Micron.
GDDR5 is known as a leading DRAM interface for applications requiring high system bandwidth such as graphic cards, game consoles and high-performance computing systems. However, the requirements of new applications are driving the need for memory bandwidth higher and higher.
The paper Micron presented at DesignCon 2018 — which positioned GDDR6 as a lower-risk and more cost-effective high-bandwidth memory solution for the next decade —was honored as a DesignCon 2018 Best Paper for its outstanding contributions to DesignCon educational goals.
Papers are judged both on the merits of the written document as well as a compelling presentation of its content. The Best Paper award acknowledges the 18 engineering authors as leading practitioners in semiconductor and electronic design.
DesignCon Best Paper Award recipients are selected through a two-prong process. First, members of the DesignCon Technical Program Committee rank finalist papers based on quality, relevance, impact, originality, and commercial content — a notable achievement itself. Winners are then chosen based on the quality of the team’s presentation and audience feedback. The complete list of award winners and details of the selection process can be found here.
Read the paper “16GB/s and Beyond with Single-ended I/O in High-Performance Graphics Memory” for yourself to learn more about GDDR6 and to see why collaborating with Micron creates award winning results.
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Salman Jiva is a segment marketing and business development manager for Micron's Compute and Networking Business Unit. He leads the product and customer strategy efforts for Micron's networking segment and partners with Micron's ecosystem to enable technologies with key semiconductor and system partners.
Before coming to Micron, Salman spent over seven years at Altera Corporation, where he held several positions in product management, product marketing and technical marketing for their high end FPGAs, SoCs and respective technologies. Salman also spent 6 years at Cisco Systems as a hardware and systems engineer designing enterprise class switches and routers.
Mr. Jiva earned his M.S degree in electrical engineering from Santa Clara University and his B.S degree in electrical engineering from San Jose State University.