Market Desk (Tech): Samsung Electronics, the world leader in advanced memory technology and Red Hat Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, theyannounced a broad collaboration on software technologies for next-generation memory solutions.
The partnership will focus on the development and validation of open source software for existing and emerging memory and storage products including NVMe SSDs; CXL memory; computational memory/storage (HBM-PIM, Smart SSDs) in building an expansive ecosystem for closely integrated memory hardware and software.
The exponential growth of data driven by AI, AR and the fast-approaching metaverse is bringing disruptive changes to memory designs, requiring more sophisticated software technologies that better link with the latest hardware advancements.
Under the agreement, Samsung and Red Hat will jointly develop software that can be used in memory and storage products with Enterprise Linux and other open operating systems. As well as those that were in process, they can be done.
In fact, Red Hat is a subsidiary of International Business Machines (IBM) known as the enterprise Linux. The company distributes commercially open source Linux operating systems.