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    Hi all,

    FYI....see link. Will HP screw this up like webOS...only time will tell...

    Take care,

    Jay

    Can HP make the memristor a success?

    By Robin Harris | October 14, 2011, 11:46am PDT


    Can HP make the memristor a success? | ZDNet

    Summary: HP has announced plans to take their non-volatile memristor storage to the market. Can the world’s largest consumer of semiconductors pull it off? Or will WebOS-style marketing kill their good idea?


    HP Labs has pioneered a new non-volatile memory they call the memristor - a form of resistance RAM (ReRAM) that promises to fix many of the problems of NAND flash: limited endurance; future technical viability; and slow write speeds.

    They even think it might replace DRAM. That is aggressive.

    But can HP - which is still doesn’t know if it wants to be in the PC business or not - really drive the entire industry to a new storage technology? Maybe, but it will be an uphill battle.
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    I dont think anything HP engineers do can be a success with the type of management they have now.
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