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New class of memory?

by Kevin Kotecki – August 19, 2015

Exciting new memory technology was recently introduced by Micron and Intel that could alter the separation of storage and the compute. Are we seeing the future that puts the fast side of storage even closer to the compute? Does this technology open up a new use case for fast access that was previously too expensive or slow on the previous generation of flash?

See the full article at The Platform.

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