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Key benefits

Enhanced DRAM Reliability

Corrects complex errors quickly and efficiently.

Reduced Costs

Makes lower-cost DRAM chips viable for high-reliability applications.

Increased Security

Protects against malicious attacks like RowHammer.

Redefining Reliability and Efficiency in AI and Data Centers

ScaleFlux is set to transform AI and data center reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) with its groundbreaking ECC (Error Correction Coding) technology. As traditional ECC methods struggle with increasing memory error rates, ScaleFlux’s innovative approach using list decoding breaks through these limitations, providing rapid and efficient correction of complex errors. This disruptive technology not only enhances DRAM reliability and security but also reduces costs by making lower-cost DRAM chips viable, paving the way for a more resilient and cost-effective computing infrastructure. ScaleFlux is not just meeting the demands of the future—it’s redefining them.

Technological Innovation

At the heart of ScaleFlux’s breakthrough is the list decoding method, a sophisticated approach that overcomes the limitations of conventional ECC methods. Key features of this innovation include:

List Decoding Method: Capable of correcting more-than-‘t’ errors, significantly improving error tolerance.

Low-Latency Decoding: Ensures rapid error correction with minimal delay, maintaining system performance.

High Error Tolerance: Corrects errors from multiple DRAM devices, providing robust fault tolerance.

Robust Mathematical Framework: Analyzes correction, detection, and mis-correction probabilities to ensure reliability.

Industry impact

ScaleFlux’s ECC technology is poised to make a significant impact on the industry by:

Supporting AI and Data Centers: Enhances reliability and performance for AI and high-performance computing infrastructures.

Memory Expansion: Improves reliability to support overcoming the memory wall with Compute Express Link (CXL) modules.

Cost Efficiency: Reduces total cost of ownership for data center operators by enabling the use of lower-cost DRAM chips.

Future-Proofing: Prepares infrastructure to handle increasing memory error rates and capacities, ensuring long-term reliability.


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