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PCM-NV progress report Part 3: A new direction using polyamorphic states

5/13/2011 01:01 PM EDT
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JanineLove   5/13/2011 1:19:44 PM
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We asked Ron Neale to select a paper from the Phase Change Memory session of the recent MRS that he considered might be able to make a significant contribution to bringing PCM to a position where competitive memory array products can be manufactured. Please make use of the comment section for questions or observations.

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