Reply to post: Re: Persistent memory has been failing in the market for decades

Besides the XPoint: Persistent memory tech is cool, but the price tag... OUCH

Black Betty

Re: Persistent memory has been failing in the market for decades

Somebody has to succeed eventually.

The question really is why bloody servers? Between grid reliability and UPS persistent memory has limited utility.

On the other hand, portable devices seem like a match made in heaven both utility wise and demand.

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