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re: London Calling: At IEDM, heat improves flash memory
J---   4/12/2013 5:16:32 PM
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Who needs it? Flash disks would certainly be one as it would reduce the need for leveling algorithms. Could also change system architecture by using flash more for cache/paging as you don't need to worry (as much) about read/write failures. In terms of write speeds, you could have higher parallelism for writing more bits at a time again because you may now use more like a traditional disk, near volatile memory.

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re: London Calling: At IEDM, heat improves flash memory
resistion   12/6/2012 4:09:44 AM
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In 3D, each heats an entire plane and this is not dissipated out quickly, so the adjacent planes also thermally disturbed.

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re: London Calling: At IEDM, heat improves flash memory
krisi   12/5/2012 6:58:31 PM
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Interesting development...but who needs 100 million read/write cycles? flash drive disk? Kris

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re: London Calling: At IEDM, heat improves flash memory
resistion   12/5/2012 4:01:27 PM
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Ridiculous for 3d and those u- tracks



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