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    HP and SanDisk partner to develop Storage Class Memory

    Tech is said to be 1,000 times faster than flash memory, taking on Intel/Micron 3D Xpoint .
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    Re: HP and SanDisk partner to develop Storage Class Memory

    Typical. You wait decades and then three come at once.

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    Re: HP and SanDisk partner to develop Storage Class Memory

    Interesting read.
    Looks like they aim to join RAM and the storage drive into one unit. Or did I get it wrong?
    That should definitely speed things up.

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