NVDIMM (non-volatile dual in-line memory module) is a new class of memory designed to allow non-volatile memory to be connected to the DIMM bus traditionally populated by DRAM. Being a new memory, we’re early into its lifecycle, with two variants in production and a third on the way. But proponents of NVDIMM are also in the early days of understanding the diverse ways that they can integrate the technology into their systems. As user ideas proliferate, they will spawn new NVDIMM
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