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Definition of Remote Direct Memory Access - Data Center Glossary

Remote Direct Memory Access

Remote direct memory access (RDMA) is a technology that enables a computer to share data stored in its memory directly with another computer. RDMA is valuable for use cases that require high performance across clusters of servers, such as distributed AI/ML workloads.

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