Misleading headline. From the SAME article;
"Each node has 128GB of DRAM, while 304 nodes have 800GB of solid-state drive storage. Additionally, 12 nodes have 3.2TB of solid-state drive storage for use across computing units."
Personally this is a plus for both DRAM and SSD. DRAM will remain relevant until persistent memory can match it's bandwidth.... which probably won't happen in the next 10 years, and 10 years after.
Guess ... Micron's industry leading 16 nm NAND technology will become even more important :-)
So much for the myopic pumpers with their $30, $40, $50 prices on MU. It's hardly invincible, and a lot can happen within a short span of time, like turn and go down. Notice how many negative ratings I'll get for saying this.
More like $60 - $ 80 bucks a share in a 24 months ! LOL !!! Artkrap2 pooper !
Sentiment: Strong Buy