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PCM Scalability:The Myth (Part 2)

10/24/2010 12:04 PM EDT
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re: PCM Scalability:The Myth (Part 2)
Volatile Memory   10/27/2010 7:22:14 PM
Mr. Neale, an undisputed pioneer of PCM research, has done it again. In this sharp, elegant analysis in two parts, 40 years after the original article he co-authored was published, he delivers a devastating blow to the pie-in-the-sky scenarios floated around for years by unscrupulous PCM proponents. Regarding all those techno-Ponzi schemers, who are still spreading misinformation instead of being ashamed of themselves: hoist by their own petard, indeed! While EETimes Design should be criticized for providing a platform for Mr. Atwood and his co-conspirators, it should be highly commended for publishing Mr. Neale's analysis.

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