RRAM promises faster, cheaper and more reliable SSDs

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The company Crossbar announced it will start producing the first prototypes of restive memory, also know as RRAM.

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Promises, promises… these kinds of designs have been on the drawing board for years. SDXC chips are going to cycle to 1tb in the next 2 -3 years. BTW, you know 200mm is almost 8 inches in length, right? That’s only viable for SSD drives, not hot-swap flash chips. Plenty of SSD companies are fighting to get the cost of those down to a closer ratio that HDD cost.

Call me when they get 1tb micro sdxc 200x (the sdxc 1 spec) cards for $60, then we’ll talk…