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At Memsys16, the International Symposium on Memory Systems, held from Oct 3 to 6, 2016 in Washington, DC, our partners from Heidelberg University talked about their work on openHMC and network attached memory. The basis for the talk was a peer-reviewed paper titled ‘Exploring Time and Energy for Complex Accesses to a Hybrid Memory Cube’ which is now available here.