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Intel and Micron's new memory technology

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Old 08-02-2015, 12:48 AM
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I work at IM flash (Intel Micron Flash Technologies) and we've been working on something good for a while now. Now that it's been unveiled I can share it with you guys without going to jail or getting fined a huge ammount.

The other day Intel and Micron unveiled their new memory technology called 3D XPoint (cross point), they say its the first new memory type in over 25 years (NAND came out in 1989).



This new tech is 1000x faster than NAND, while still being non-volatile. Sort of a mix between DRAM and NAND.



Should revolutionize the industry as computers now may not need DRAM for typical operation. Release date is sometime in 2016.

Intel and Micron Produce Breakthrough Memory Technology
 
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With a life span of aprox how many cycles?
 
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1000X that of NAND
 
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