Finally! A Real Virtual Memory Chip

A big red letter X over a box marked MMUAt long last a chip has been embodied to simplify the use of virtual memory, a computing architecture that has been in use since the 1960s. The Memory Guy was given a sneak peek at this new approach by no other than Olly Mugwump, a highly-respected computer architect and longstanding member and fellow of several important technical societies.  The new design promises to accelerate memory accesses while Continue reading “Finally! A Real Virtual Memory Chip”