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ESC Boston: Phase-change memory alters design boundaries, constraints

9/23/2009 11:00 PM EDT
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re: ESC Boston: Phase-change memory alters design boundaries, constraints
Jcup360   10/1/2009 6:37:57 PM
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Also, can PCM go through a flow process? Last I checked the state of memory is changed through applying heat (through current), so what about retaining memory (completely necessary for ~90% of non-volatile memory apps) through pcb reflow?

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