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Resistive RAM to replace NAND?

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Look at this!

Seems like this new gen of non-volitile memory called RRAM will improve a lot on NAND.
Quote:
  • Highest Capacity: Up to 1 Terabyte (TB) of Storage on a Single Chip; Multiple Terabytes with 3D Stacking
  • Lowest Power: Extends Battery Life to Weeks, Months or Years
  • Highest Performance: 20x Faster Write than NAND
  • Easiest SOC Integration: Simple Stacking on Logic in Standard CMOS at Most Advanced Nodes
  • Most Reliable: 10x the Endurance of NAND; Approaching DRAM Reliability

Looks promising eh?

http://hexus.net/tech/news/storage/58577-resistive-ram-provides-1tb-chip-smaller-stamp/
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This is genesis...
An age where solid state memory and true mobile computing is possible
No more of this 32GB tablet + 64GB sd card nonsense

Dear god I hope this goes into production.
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