Silicon Motion Technology, a Taiwan-based company engaged in the design and development of NAND flash device controller solutions, will reportedly provide controller chips for SSDs utilizing 3D XPoint memory technology developed jointly by Intel and Micron Technology
It would be nice to see a press release from SIMO regarding their alleged involvement with Intel/Micro in the 3D XPoint technology. I've emailed IR to see if they can give me anything. Probably not, but they are usually pretty good about getting back. We'll just wait and see.
Or BGR New's Chris Smith wasn't sure what he was talking about???
Check that... after reading Intel's own PR, you are correct. I think that in the prior article that I read, the author was just using SSD's and smartphones as an example.
Hopefully you are correct, however the article makes reference to SSD's and smartphones.
"Finally, 3D XPoint memory would be even more durable than current NAND memory used in SSDs and smartphones by offering 10,000,000 write cycles — NAND has a durability of up to 10,000 write cycles."
I recall the days when a $50 million dollar quarter seemed like a dream! Now we are talking $100 million a quarter and the stock is still dirt cheap. I wonder if wall street will ever get it???
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