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Micron beats Street, sees NAND fab ramp

3/31/2010 08:00 PM EDT
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re: Micron beats Street, sees NAND fab ramp
Volatile Memory   4/1/2010 4:39:51 AM
There is no phase-change memory (PCM) sector. Numonyx failed again in its promises to deliver a working 45nm PCM sample by Q1 of 2010 (and the 90nm P8P, formerly Alverstone, is not commercial). PCM is dead, and won't be resurrected by Micron, who signed an exclusive license for the technology in 1994, years before Intel and STM did.

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