EMC's flash exec expects Phase Change Memory - one of the possible non-volatile successors to flash - to appear in storage architectures from next year. Phase Change Memory exploits the differing resistance levels in chalcogenide materials as they change from an amorphous to a crystalline state and back again, background here. …
"EMC's flash exec expects Phase Change Memory - one of the possible non-volatile successors to flash - to appear in storage architectures from next year."
This seems to imply that he is hinting at an EMC product roadmap.
He says he expects investment in PCM technology next year.
PCM in EMC storage arrays in 2013? He didn't say that.
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