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Introduction to CXL

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Compute Express Link (CXL) is an industry-supported Cache-Coherent Interconnect for Processors, Memory Expansion and Accelerators. Coherency and memory semantics in a heterogeneous environment are increasingly important as processing data in emerging applications requires a diverse mix of scalar, vector, matrix, and spatial architectures deployed in CPUs, GPUs, FPG As and other accelerators Our aim is to provide shared-memory semantics for these devices, with a view to providing a firm foundation for reasoning about the programs that run on them.

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