The following podcast was recorded with Jim Handy, from Objective Analysis on 12th December 2016. This is the second of two parts, talking about persistent memory. The first part is available here.
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- Elapsed Time: 00:24:21
- SFW: Yes
- 00:00:00 – Intro
- 00:00:17 – Other types of persistent media – Phase Change Memory (PCM)
- 00:02:30 – 3D-Xpoint as an intermediary memory – Intel’s unique position
- 00:03:00 – Resistive, Phase change, what else is there?
- 00:04:00 – Charge-based technologies
- 00:05:00 – Resistance-based technologies
- 00:06:00 – Ferro-electric technology
- 00:07:45 – Market viability of these products – practical applications
- 00:09:15 – Back to 3D-XPoint again! – 1000x claims and reality (http://thessdguy.com/why-3d-xpoint-ssds-will-be-slow/)
- 00:14:00 – How the Intel/Micron partnership works
- 00:16:20 – The future of persistent memory technologies (standards – JEDEC & SNIA)
- 00:18:00 – Storage class memory and putting storage onto the memory bus
- 00:20:40 – Byte over block-level addressability
- 00:22:00 – Wrap up!
Companies Mentioned in This Podcast
FusionIO, Intel, Micron, Toshiba.
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