More memory for data-intensive applications
The rapid rise in social connectivity and e-commerce requires increasing computer memory to store and process larger amounts of data with low latency. But more computer memory means more memory errors, which can disrupt service availability and cause data loss. In this context, the EU-funded SHEPHERD project will develop cross-layer memory resilience techniques where software and hardware work together to prevent service unavailability and data loss due to memory errors in disaggregated memory with low overhead. As a fellowship, the project will capitalise on the existing strengths of the experienced researcher in the area of system software design for non-volatile memory and the expertise of the host on memory fault tolerance and micro-server architectures.
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