Micron reveals HBMnext, a successor to HBM2e

Published: 14th Aug 2020, 13:03 GMT   Comments

HBMnext

This is a continuation of our previous story covering Micron’s reveal of GDDR6X memory technology. The company has also announced the development of HBMnext.

The HBMnext could be a working title for the next-generation HBM memory. Although Micron is calling the new generation of high-bandwidth memory directly, it is unclear if HBMnext is an evolution of HBM2e or a new name for (what was expected to be) HBM3.

Micron expects to produce JEDEC-compliant HBMnext memory in 4-stack 8Gb and 8-stack 16Gb densities. The manufacturer also revealed that the data rate is expected at 3.2 Gb/s. For comparison, the NVIDIA A100 accelerator based on HBM2e technology has a bandwidth of 2.4 Gbps, while AMD Radeon VII based on HBM2 features 2.0 Gbps data rates.

Micron expects HBMnext to be available by the end of 2022. Both Intel Xe-HP(C) and AMD Arcturus-based products are expected to launch next year, thus they are not expected to feature HBMnext.

HBM based Graphics Cards, Accelerators
VideoCardzAMD Radeon VIINVIDIA A100HBMnext Product
Memory Capacity
 
16 GB
 
40 GB
TBC
Memory TechnlogyHBM2HBM2eHBMnext
Memory Speed
 
2.0 Gbps
 
2.4 Gbps
 
3.2 Gbps

Source: Micron




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