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posted in December 2012

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Top 7 memory news stories for 2012
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Mergers, maturing technologies, and manufacturing moves.
Top 10 memory design features of 2012
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Topics range from the latest advances PCM and SRAM to optimizing communications buses and timing parameters.
Industry view: What’s driving SSD growth in the enterprise?
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12/5/2012   Post a comment
Latency, big data, and how NAND flash changes programming style.


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