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Submitted by zmack 935d ago | news

Flash will ride DRAM bus in 2014, says Micron

EETimes Writes "SANTA CLARA, Calif.–Memory chip vendor Micron Technology Inc. plans to place NAND flash along with DRAM on memory modules that ride the DDR4 bus when arrives in about 18 months. The company believes Microsoft Windows will support the so-called Hybrid DIMMs that could pack more than 256 Gbytes of memory." (DRAM, Hard drive, PC hardware)

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