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    Kilopass DRAM uses VLT tech to eliminate refresh requirement

    Vertical Layered Thyristor (VLT) tech does away with DRAM's 'unscalable' capacitor component.
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    Re: Kilopass DRAM uses VLT tech to eliminate refresh requirement

    "Kilopass is a leader in embedded NVM intellectual property and strives to expand the horizons of embedded non-volatile memory, to find cost savings and design opportunities. It is a design partner of TSMC, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, IBM, Samsung, and many others."
    Can you please stop copying from companies' "about us" pages, thereby regurgitating meaningless (and probably unfounded) pr lingo? It really doesn't reflect well on you as journalists.

    Other than that, this sounds neat. I wonder what the actual power savings will actually be during various workloads given similar performance and amounts of memory. 20% less? Half? I guess we'll know more as this gets closer to production.

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