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re: IBM invests $1 billion in flash development
resistion   4/22/2013 12:12:37 AM
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@selinz, yes I think the emphasis is on replacing HDD in the enterprise/server space with flash or storage-class alternatives. The cost/bit and reliability issues are still vastly different from HDD.

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re: IBM invests $1 billion in flash development
selinz   4/21/2013 6:21:27 PM
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Presumably they will not really be creating the chips themselves, but rather big system integration. They have been looking at alternatives to flash (PCM) etc. for quite some time.



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