What is a disaggregated architecture A computing approach that spreads functional blocks throughout a system for greater flexibility.
In a disaggregated architecture, functional blocks such as compute, memory, storage, and networking are spread throughout the entire system instead of appearing together on a singular board. The different components are connected via high-speed networks. The goal is to more efficiently use resources to address the unique demands of different workloads.
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