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resistion
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re: NAND flash memory for enterprise SSDs: Achieving high-endurance storage via signal processing
resistion   3/14/2011 3:05:19 PM
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On Tb scale, though, it seems HDD wins in cost and reliability per bit.

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Dror Salee   3/14/2011 1:35:59 PM
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Because Flash is much cheaper, especially at high density

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david.may   3/10/2011 3:07:48 AM
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why dont they just buy a licence from Freescale mass produce it everywhere,and use today's MRAM, its far faster and acts more like generic DRAM without the P/E cycles problems! enterprise and consumers alike would probably buy it if it existed in bulk as an option today.

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