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Phase Change Memory vs. Storage As We Know It

December 31st, 2009 12:24 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

storagedude writes “Access to data isn’t keeping pace with advances in CPU and memory, creating an I/O bottleneck that threatens to make data storage irrelevant. The author sees phase change memory as a technology that could unseat storage networks. From the article: ‘While years away, PCM has the potential to move data storage and storage networks from the center of data centers to the periphery. I/O would only have to be conducted at the start and end of the day, with data parked in memory while applications are running. In short, disk becomes the new tape.”

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