Memory chips have traditionally been treated as a commodity, with well-defined places for each kind of chip (e.g., flash, DRAM) in systems and device architectures and cost being the top consideration for buyers. Every year or two, a jump in capacity and a reduction in cost per bit was expected and regularly delivered. All of this is starting to change now. Traditional memory is nearing its end of life, and new technologies have emerged to transition memory from a standard commodity
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