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Gen-Z Enables Networked Pools Of New Memories

There are many developments going on to use emerging non-volatile higher performance solid-state memories such as 3D XPoint, RRAM, MRAM and other technologies as part of a memory hierarchy that will bit between flash memory and on-board system memory. Many of these approaches will allow fabrics allowing networked pools of non-volatile memory. It will be interesting to see how Gen-Z fits into this overall development as more details about this technology are revealed.
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