storage class memory


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storage class memory

An IBM term for non-volatile memory technologies that are capable of replacing hard disks. See future memory chips and solid state drive.
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While flash is 1000x faster than HDD, it's not as fast as DRAM, so the companies have been trying to develop a memory which is called storage class memory that could eventually replace these two, so it's just as fast as DRAM and its non-volatile like flash.
SanDisk Corporation (Nasdaq:SNDK), a provider of flash storage solutions, and technology solution provider HP (NYSE:HPQ) on Thursday announced a long-term partnership to collaborate on a new technology within the Storage Class Memory (SCM) category.
With Storage Class Memory, the amount of space and power required to store large enterprise data sets could shrink dramatically by 2020.
6 to 10 trends include Social Analytics, Context-Aware Computing, Storage Class Memory, Ubiquitous Computing, Ubiquitous Computing, and Fabric-Based Infrastructure and Computers.
ST-MRAM is a performance-optimized Storage Class Memory (SCM) that bridges the role of today's conventional memory with the demands of tomorrow's storage systems by providing non-volatility, high endurance and ultra-low latency.
The IDT solution integrates this function into a single chip that is fully programmable to accommodate density scaling, power sequencing and storage class memory support.
SanDisk Corporation, a global leader in flash storage solutions, and HP today announced a long-term partnership to collaborate on a new technology within the Storage Class Memory (SCM) category.
Virident Systems enterprise-class Storage Class Memory (SCM) solutions deliver unconditional, consistent performance that supports the most data-intensive content and applications.
Everspin MRAM continues to enable revolutionary products through its unique combination of working memory and storage characteristics offering a new storage class memory.
The report examines the feasilbility of PCM as a replacement for mainstream semiconductor memories including NOR flash, DRAM and NAND flash and explores the potential of PCM as a storage class memory.