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Old 9th March 2007, 11:49   #1
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Phase-change memory positioned as a replacement for flash memory, as it has non-volatile characteristics, but is faster and can be scaled to smaller dimensions. Flash memory cells can degrade and become unreliable after as few as 10,000 writes, but PCM is much more resilient at more than 100 million write cycles. For these reasons, Intel believes that phase-change memory could one day replace DRAM.
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sounds like a big winner for making harddisks, fast and plenty of writes
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