Keynote Theatre

Thu 6th Oct 11:40 to 12:10

The Future of Technology - a world of open, memory-centric computing

Data centre infrastructure has evolved quickly with converged and more recently hyperconverged systems offering greater control through a software layer.  The latest step in this evolution towards a fully 'software-defined' data centre is composable infrastructure. David Chalmers will cover these latest demands and developments and show how the fundamental structure of computers needs to change from processor-centric to memory-centric computing.
“By every indication we are seeing Moore’s Law starting to slow down,” Chalmers said. “Data keeps growing exponentially but the computing power is not keeping up.”
Come and hear about the future of technology – from the data centre to the edge!

What you will take away from this session

  • Learn about the differences between converged, hyperconverged and composable infrastructure
  • Understand when each makes sense for your business and workloads
  • Get a glimpse of what comes next in the world of technology
  • Be introduced to memory-centric computing


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