Intel’s 3D memory is 1,000 times faster than modern storage

Intel and Micron unveiled a novel new kind of non-volatile data storage device during a press conference on Tuesday. The chips, dubbed “3D XPoint” (pronounced “cross-point”), are being touted as the first new class of “mainstream memory” to hit the market since 1989.

Intel and Micron unveiled a novel new kind of non-volatile data storage device during a press conference on Tuesday. The chips, dubbed “3D XPoint” (pronounced “cross-point”), are being touted as the first new class of “mainstream memory” to hit the market since 1989.

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