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Windows Has a Future In RAM: AgigaTech Samples DDR3+Flash DIMM 139

An anonymous reader writes "AgigaTech appears to be the first company to produce a non-volatile SDRAM DIMM — an SDRAM memory module that retains its contents even without power supply. The modules combine DDR2/3 SDRAM with NAND Flash as well as a data transfer controller and an ultracapacitor-based power source to support a data transfer from the SDRAM to Flash and vice versa. If this memory makes it into production, this is something that I instantly will want and will stand in line for."
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Windows Has a Future In RAM: AgigaTech Samples DDR3+Flash DIMM

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