HyperCloud memory module. The module essentially fools a server into thinking it has more main memory than it is supposed to.
That's not anything new in virtualization, but the big difference is Netlist's virtualization takes place inside the memory module rather than on the motherboard. That gives it the potential to halve the number of servers needed for cloud-computing services and could result in a huge cost savings to companies. ================
Guess what, if Google had a slam dunk case against tiny Netlist the game would be over. Google has changed their legal team as the case progressed. Maybe the slam dunk is in the hands of Netlist? A patent troll? Texas Instruments has been quietly agreeable in their mutual ending of their lawsuit. Big boyz don't let petty lawsuits end without giving a resolution that warns real patent trolls from trying it.
David -vs- Goliaths, the change in the tone of the Goliaths as the cases progressed is encouraging. Design wins are now coming to Netlist as all the trials progress. Think the Tech World has a good idea of who has ownership of valuable patents?