IBM promises more reliable multibit phase-change memory

July 1, 2011 – Researchers at IBM say they have developed a phase-change memory (PCM) that mitigates drift and demonstrates long-term retention of bits stored, with reliability far closer to what will be needed for enterprise applications.

The promise of PCM nonvolatile memory is speed and simplicity vs. flash — PCM can write and retrieve data up to 100


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