Abu Sebastian, Distinguished Research Staff Member, IBM Research

Light and in-memory computing help AI achieve ultra-low latency

Ever noticed that annoying lag that sometimes happens during the internet streaming from, say, your favorite football game? Called latency, this brief delay between a camera capturing an event and the event being shown to viewers is surely annoying during the decisive goal at a World Cup final. But it could be deadly for a […]

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IEDM 2020: Advances in memory, analog AI and interconnects point to the future of hybrid cloud and AI

At this year’s IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting, IBM researchers will describe a number of breakthroughs aimed at advancing key hardware infrastructure components, including: Spin-Transfer Torque Magnetic Random-Access Memory (STT-MRAM), analog AI hardware, and advanced interconnect scaling designed to meet those hardware infrastructure demands.

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In-Memory Computing Using Photonic Memory Devices

IBM researchers discover that in-memory computing on an integrated photonic chip has the ability to further transform the computing landscape.

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Keep it Simple: Towards Single-Elemental Phase Change Memory

Scientists publish a new approach to phase change memory using only a single chemical element—antimony—in Nature Materials.

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