The Cache-Only Memory Architecture (COMA) increases the chances of data being available locally because the hardware transparently replicates the data and migrates it into the memory module of the node that is currently accessing it. This in turn reduces the impact of frequent long-latency memory accesses. COMA come in various designs such as Flat-COMA, Simple-COMA, and Multiplexed Simple-COMA.
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