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    Default HP and SanDisk join forces to finally bring memristor-like tech to market

    Intel and Micron's "holy grail" of memory–3D XPoint–doesn't even exist yet, but HP and SanDisk have now announced that they're partnering up to make their own competing version of this so-called "storage class memory." There's something about the HP/SanDisk announcement that feels a bit off, though, so bear that in mind as you read this story.



    HP and SanDisk join forces to finally bring memristor-like tech to market | Ars Technica

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