I've always felt DRAM and NVM (i.e., Flash) had different applications, almost exclusive of each other. Generally, I don't expect what is buffered in DRAM to be stored directly, nor what has been stored to be directly read into a DRAM buffer.
The placing of Flash on the DIMM is an exciting development, with the potential of greatly improving PC performance.
Unfortunately the figures in this article are so bad that it lacks credibility: What is 25M ns? Is that 25ms?
Also the figures appear to be scanned in at a low resolution and are very hard to read, especially in the General/PrintView.
While this is unfortunately typical of EETimes articles, the author of a post is responsible for his/her own postings.
Rick Merritt - please fix your own post, and try to exert your influence to fix this generic problem.
@dnh I used foils provided by Micron at the largest size we can accommodate (did you note you can "click to enlarge" them?)
Can you provide more specifics on what you would like to see improved?
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