Samsung and Red Hat made a public announcement of merging for next-generation memory solutions.
The purpose of this association is to enhance the open source software for the existing and expanding memory and storage products.
“Samsung and Red Hat will make a concerted effort to define and standardize memory software solutions that embrace evolving server and memory hardware, while building a more robust memory ecosystem,” said Yongcheol Bae, Executive Vice President and Head of the Memory Application Engineering Team at Samsung Electronics. “We will invite partners from across the IT industry to join us in expanding the software-hardware memory ecosystem to create greater customer value.”
“In the upcoming data-centric era, the integration of memory-centric hardware and software architectures will become increasingly essential, and for this purpose, Red Hat is happy to participate in the joint undertaking with Samsung,” added Marjet And riesse, Senior Vice President and Head of Red Hat Asia Pacific.
It is for the first time that Samsung has aligned with an open source software company to promote engagement throughout the IT marketplace. Samsung also intends to launch the Samsung Memory Research Cloud (SMRC) as an extension plan where the two firms will focus on boosting and cross checking software solutions on various server environments.
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