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    Mobiveil and Crossbar plan to put ReRAM into SSDs

    Aims to enable 10 times more IOPs at one-tenth of the latencies of flash NVME SSDs.
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    Re: Mobiveil and Crossbar plan to put ReRAM into SSDs

    Nice to see that ReRAM has confounded everyone's expectations: after all, in 2012 we were expecting it "next year": http://hexus.net/tech/news/storage/39645-silicon-reram-spotted-track-2013/


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    Re: Mobiveil and Crossbar plan to put ReRAM into SSDs

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    Re: Mobiveil and Crossbar plan to put ReRAM into SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by Mason.Lyons View Post
    This is why companies use Soon™
    Where 'soon' means 'at some point before the death of the universe, assuming that we haven't miscalculated and that is indeed billions of years in the future'.

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    Re: Mobiveil and Crossbar plan to put ReRAM into SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by kingpotnoodle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mason.Lyons View Post
    This is why companies use Soon™
    Where 'soon' means 'at some point before the death of the universe, assuming that we haven't miscalculated and that is indeed billions of years in the future'.
    5 billion years until the Andromeda galaxy smacks into us. Before that the sun dies. After that there's entropic heat death.

    Somewhere between sun dying and Andromeda collision is the point at which a manufacturer's claim is finally found to be correct.

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