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    News - Making flash memory more reliable with 800°C heat pulses

    Macronix makes NAND chips that will last “100 million” cycles.
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    Re: News - Making flash memory more reliable with 800°C heat pulses

    Very interesting, should help NAND technology last longer with shrinking node sizes until an alternative is perfected. I wonder if we'll eventually move back to SLC for mainstream drives when node size makes MLC impractical and/or makes SLC more economic? Technology like this, along with partial page writes, improved controllers etc should keep things interesting.

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