Reply to post: So, can Kryder's Law in fact carry on?

Intel offers ingenious piece of 10TB 3D NAND chippery

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So, can Kryder's Law in fact carry on?

So, in light of this and so presumably the ever more real possibility of the all-flash data center, what do we then think of this story from a couple of weeks ago right here in your daily El Reg?

Does this mean that although magnetic storage is really reaching some hard limits of physics, we have a very good alternative in this type of technology?

By the way - this is intended as a genuine question. I'm not sure myself about how this will turn out in terms of price / GB.

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