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Omura

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Founded Year

2018

Stage

Seed | Alive

Total Raised

$5M

Last Raised

$5M | 3 yrs ago

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About Omura

Omura produces marijuana and hemp flower vaporizers for recreational use.

Headquarters Location

California,

United States

888-656-6872

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Omura Patents

Omura has filed 1 patent.

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Grant Date

Title

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11/4/2013

1/19/2016

NMDA receptor antagonists, Amino acids, Proteinogenic amino acids, Thioesters of coenzyme A, Glucogenic amino acids

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Application Date

11/4/2013

Grant Date

1/19/2016

Title

Related Topics

NMDA receptor antagonists, Amino acids, Proteinogenic amino acids, Thioesters of coenzyme A, Glucogenic amino acids

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Latest Omura News

Marvell CXL roadmap goes all-in on composable infrastructure

May 18, 2022

"Maybe you want to use DDR4 because it's a cheaper memory technology, but your server's CPU only supports the latest DDR5 controller," Omura said. "Now you can plug those DDR4 modules directly into the front" of the system. The modules' onboard controllers also have performance implications by enabling customers to achieve the desired memory density without resorting to a two-DIMM-per-channel configuration, Omura claims. While Marvell didn't commit to a specific timeline for bringing its first generation of CXL products to market, it did say it was aligning with the major server platform launches, including Intel's Sapphire Rapids and AMD's Genoa Epyc processor families later this year. "We're really just at the beginning stages of CXL solutions going to market. Server platforms that support CXL are just starting to emerge, and the CXL solutions that follow will need to prove the value proposition and also be qualified in the systems," Omura said. A true composable future remains years off In fact, many of the products on Marvell's CXL roadmap are dependent on the availability of compatible microprocessors. While the CXL 2.0 spec required for many of the technology's more advanced use cases — including composable infrastructure — has been around for more than a year, compatible CPUs from Intel and AMD aren't expected to launch until 2023 at the earliest. These technologies include memory pooling and switching, which will enable datacenter operators to consolidate large quantities of memory into a single, centralized appliance that can be accessed by multiple servers simultaneously. "This is a tremendous value for hyperscalers looking to really optimize DRAM utilization," Omura argued. At this stage, Marvell believes chipmakers may begin offering CPUs that forego the onboard memory controllers and instead interface directly with a CXL switch for memory, storage, and connectivity to accelerators like DPUs and GPUs. "The resources will be able to scale completely independently," Omura said. With CXL 2.0, Marvell also plans to integrate its portfolio of general compute and domain-specific engines directly into the CXL controller. For example, these CXL accelerators could be used to operate on data directly on a memory expansion module to accelerate analytics, machine learning, and complex search workloads, Omura said. Beyond the rack For now, much of the chipmaker's CXL roadmap is limited to node and rack-level communications. But with the introduction of the CXL 3.0 spec later this year, Marvell expects this to change. Last year, Gen-Z donated its coherent-memory fabric assets to the CXL Consortium. This kind of fabric connectivity will be key to extending the technology beyond the rack level to the rest of the datacenter. "The rack architecture of the future will fully utilize CXL as a low-latency fabric," Omura said. "You'll have completely disaggregated resources that you can instantly compose to meet your workload needs at the click of a button." To achieve this goal, Marvell plans to use its investments in copper serializer/deserializers and the electro-optical interface technology acquired from Inphi in 2020 to extend CXL fabrics across long distances. "We're in a great position to leverage our electro-optics leadership technology to ensure CXL has the best possible distance, latency, cost, and performance over fiber connectivity," he said. "We absolutely believe this represents a multi-billion dollar opportunity." Eventually, Marvell says all compute, storage, and memory resources will be disaggregated and composed across multiple racks on the fly over a CXL fabric. ® Share

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Omura Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Omura founded?

    Omura was founded in 2018.

  • What is Omura's latest funding round?

    Omura's latest funding round is Seed.

  • How much did Omura raise?

    Omura raised a total of $5M.

  • Who are the investors of Omura?

    Investors of Omura include Bruce Linton.

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