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Samsung and Red Hat have pledged to work together on developing software to get the best from emerging memory technologies. The Korean giant points out that a bunch of storage and memory tech – NVMe SSDs, Compute Express Link, the combination of high-bandwidth memory and processing-in-memory, and data fabrics – all need …

  1. bofh1961

    Guess this'll be hitting Fedora first then...

    Grrreat!

  2. Graham Cobb Silver badge

    Sounds like this is primarily a marketing agreement

    It is common, of course, for hardware vendors to sponsor integration labs with software partners to help sell solutions (as opposed to components).

    Like most hardware suppliers, Samsung are already a significant contributor to the Linux kernel for technologies which allow their hardware to perform best. Enlightened self-interest from hardware vendors is what drives much modern kernel development.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Hope they've checked with the systemd man.

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