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Samsung moves phase-change memory to production

9/22/2009 09:00 AM EDT
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re: Samsung moves phase-change memory to production
Volatile Memory   12/2/2010 3:06:23 PM
Well, apparently Samsung lied that "by using phase-change PRAM (PRAM), the battery life of a handset can be extended over 20 percent, compared with other memory options." "As of July [2010], experts say, Samsung had yet to deliver engineering samples, largely because phase-change power consumption remains too high for handsets."

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