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Samsung is shipping phase-change memory in a multi-chip package (MCP) as a NOR replacement for mobile phones. Phase-change memory involves storing binary digits as different levels of resistance caused by phase changes in an alloy of germanium, antimony and titanium. The phase changes from amorphous to crystalline and back …


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  1. OldDogNewWalk
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    "Throws NOR out for PRAM" YES!!!

    Give that madam ( or manam ) a cigar. What a cracker of a subbie.

  2. Jonas Nagel

    Condoms anyone?

    "We need to push the pram a looot..."

    *jumps up and down to the Monty Python chivalry song*

  3. Llanfair

    Waiting for jokes about prams

    as above

  4. Random Coolzip

    PRAM limitations

    Does anyone know if PRAM is subject to the same R/W cycle limitations that Flash has? Does it require similar wear-leveling and related tech, or is it a more robust technology?

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