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2/2/2017 07:00 PM EST
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Re: worrisome
resistion   2/22/2017 5:31:25 AM
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The site that gave 32 is obviously a year too old, but the Memory Guy says 64 does use string stacking. Has this been officially confirmed?

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Re: worrisome
realjjj   2/22/2017 1:43:14 AM
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At the time some were speculating that they use string stacking so it's 32+32L, maybe that's why you were left thinking 32.

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Re: worrisome
resistion   2/21/2017 6:56:29 PM
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64L makes more sense, thanks. Don't know where I got 32 from, probably somebody's default guess at the time.

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Re: worrisome
realjjj   2/21/2017 7:21:13 AM
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That 768Gb die that they showed at ISSCC was 64 layers.

Their first gen commercial product at 384Gb TLC is 2.28Gb/mm2.

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resistion   2/20/2017 9:14:22 PM
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I found something worrisome about their 3D NAND, the 4.3 Gb/mm2 did not change going from 32L (768 Gb) to 64L (256 Gb). I would have expected close to doubling.

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Re: QLC
ubm112211   2/14/2017 2:59:10 AM
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btw Durcan is of the best stock traders in MU.

he consistantly predicted market highs and amassed at list half billion $ in past few years.

it's pretty much enough for a comfortable retirement since he is not addicted to 

airplanes or other expensive toys as Appleton did.

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Re: QLC
ubm112211   2/6/2017 2:32:44 AM
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I would bet Brian shirley will take over the mess.

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resistion   2/3/2017 9:35:33 PM
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I noticed QLC also being mentioned in the context of NAND flash. That doesn't bode well for the 3D-NAND vertical stacking cost-effectiveness.

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New DRAM?
resistion   2/3/2017 9:34:01 PM
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Recently, the thyristor from Kilopass was being considered for DRAM applications, but can it scale and be fast enough?

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Re: Besides 3DXPoint
realjjj   2/2/2017 10:31:42 PM
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They target DRAM perf at lower costs with this one and ofc, one would assume, better scaling going forward.

They'll use Xpoint to compete with ReRAM for a few generations to recover the costs but the new one seems to be the "next DRAM".

 

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