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Quest for instant-on memory

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re: Quest for instant-on memory
jnhong   3/7/2011 4:23:51 PM
The flash memory uses two Floating Point gates, how nice.

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re: Quest for instant-on memory
resistion   3/7/2011 5:22:54 AM
Some memory is not meant to be stored for a long time, but is supposed to be overwritten frequently (as in SRAM or DRAM). Other memory is meant to be stored indefinitely, but may not be read frequently (as in the SSD) or is read frequently (as in XiP or boot-up). The inherent conflicts of these requirements rules out the attractiveness of a memory that appears to satisfy all of them.

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