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Does memory need more respect?

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re: Does memory need more respect?
JON-design   3/7/2012 3:47:48 AM
I couldn't agree more! Even back in ye Olden days it was all about processors and software, nary a thought for the hard work of the memory team. Now, keep in mind that memory is one of the relatively less-expensive members of the computer line-up and you start to sense some of the reasons for a lack of proper respect, but still I heed your battle cry! Onward memory! Jon -

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