Making the Affordability Case for Huge SSDs

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What Impact on NVDIMMs
sranje   9/20/2017 2:11:41 PM

Thank you for this article

Vendors of DRAM memory buffers (RCD) for DRAM DIMMs have all developed solutions for NVDIMMs (NAND or hybrid DRAM+NAND)

What is your prognosis for the NVDIMMs and where -- since there is no significant pick-up yet.

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ThomasCole   9/20/2017 4:44:08 AM
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codita   9/20/2017 4:16:06 AM

Wow, these huge cases are awesome, which datacenter is that again?

Think China has bigger ones?

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