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Multi-level-cell PCMs last for 10 million cycles, Part 1

6/25/2013 05:31 PM EDT
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re: Multi-level-cell PCMs last for 10 million cycles, Part 1
resistion   6/26/2013 1:23:30 AM
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It is optimistic to assume fixed uniform drift rates within the distributions.

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re: Multi-level-cell PCMs last for 10 million cycles, Part 1
Ron Neale   6/26/2013 7:43:51 AM
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Resistion-While I am always ready to speculate, as you will see in part II, rather than optimism IBM's results indicate that any different rates of drift remain within the expanding and predictable distribution. Even if it does happen the second level error detection (correction) in the codeword would take care of it.

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