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Press Release

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At Flash Memory Summit 2023, there was a really neat CXL demo. XConn had the XConn XC50256 running on the show floor linked with devices and multiple chassis. We have been tracking the XConn CXL 2.0 switch chip for some time, and this year the demo was greatly expanded.                                                                September 17, 2023

Startup XConn Technologies wants its CXL 2.0 switch, code-named Apollo, to play a major part in the data centers of the future.                                                                                                                                     August 21, 2023

Last week’s Flash Memory Summit was an opportunity to see a wide range of flash storage component, software and system developers and get a peek at the future of flash storage as shown by these 12 new products.                                                                                                                                                        August 14, 2023

Four vendors combine technologies to demonstrate CXL memory pooling at the Flash Memory Summit and tout its benefits to use cases like generative AI.                                                                                                August 11, 2023

XC50256 CXL2.0/PCle5.0 switch

256 lanes with total 2,048GB/s switching capacity

Lowest port to port latency

Low power consumption/port                                                                                                                      August 8, 2023


Fast, 2tb/s CXL and PCIe interconnect technology designed to power next-gen AI and HPC applications and announcing availability of XC51256 PCIe Gen 5.0-only switch.                                                                  August 9, 2023

XConn Technologies, an innovation leader in next-generation interconnect technology for the future of high-performance computing and AI applications, has announced the industry’s first and only hybrid CXL 2.0 and PCIe Gen 5 switch.                                                                                                                                                August 9, 2023

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