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

eldakka Silver badge

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

> Somebody has to succeed eventually.

Why?

As you pointed out with grid power and UPS, a persistent-memory (as in RAM replacement) may never make financial sense over non-persistent alternatives.

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