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Manufacturers have been murmuring about 3D memory chips for years, but an escalation in recent radio chatter suggests the technology is on the cusp of becoming commercial. Intel unveiled a Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) at IDF, which promises seven times the energy efficiency of today's DDR3, and now I

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December 6, 2011 at 8:57AM
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We first heard about Toshiba's plan to increase NAND flash capacities by building \"3D\" memory chips with \"pillars\" of stacked cells in January of 2007, but it looks like the effort is getting revived -- Tosh and SanDisk have entered into an agreement to jointly develop and cross-license 3D memory te

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Remember how Sandisk was flirting with read-only, cheap-archival storage based on their new \"3D memory' back in February? Well, it sounds like they're about to commit. We just received a tip from a SanDisk customer who took a survey about a proposed write-once memory card. The most interesting new p

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Getting wind of a flash memory successor is far from new, but a major player in the flash game now seems to have something a bit counterintuitive going on behind the scenes. After slashing jobs and prices in an attempt to \"keep up with competitors,\" SanDisk is now reportedly delving into the \"read-o

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