DescriptionGen-Z is a high-bandwidth, low-latency fabric with separate media and memory controllers that can be realized inside or beyond traditional chassis limits. It treats all components as memory (memory-semantic communications), and moves data with minimal overhead and latency, taking full advantage of emerging persistent memory (memory accessed over the data bus at memory speeds). Gen-Z can also handle compute elements, such as GPUs, FPGAs, and ASIC or coprocessor-based accelerators, with no need for extra copy operations, special DMA channels, or complex error recovery schemes. Separate controllers allow scaling of processing, media, and memory with an end result of higher throughput and lower complexity for big data solutions in such applications as data analytics, deep packet inspection, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and video and image processing. Learn about this new approach and how it promotes innovation during this presentation.