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Now That It Owns Fusion-io, SanDisk Has Big Plans for the Enterprise

Its been about two months since the flash memory company SanDisk agreed to pay about $1.2 billion for Fusion-io, the company that was among the first to really push flash into the enterprise data center. 707 more words

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Going back to the beginning of AVR with Vegard Wollan

The first episode of this series talked about the very beginning history of the AVR microcontroller chip co-invented by Vegard Wollan. In this clip, we delve into the beauty of Flash memory. 317 more words

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Vegard Wollan talks about the history of AVR

We were lucky enough to drag Vegard Wollan into the Atmel Studio while he was visiting headquarters from Norway a few weeks ago. For those of you who may not know, Vegard is commonly believed to be the “V” in AVR. 541 more words

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Pure Storage Names Google Finance Exec as CFO

Pure Storage, the fast-growing data storage startup that seems to attract investment money like a magnet, now has a new CFO to keep track of it all. 270 more words

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Leaked iPhone 6 schematic doesn't show 1GB of RAM, but it may indicate NFC on the way

A set of schematics by GeekBar on Weibo have been making the rounds today, claiming to show both NFC support for the iPhone 6 as well as ‘confirmation’ that the device will feature just 1 GB of RAM, like the iPhone 5s. 325 more words

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Oracle 12.1.0.2 ASM Filter Driver: Advanced Format Fail

In my previous post on the subject of the new ASM Filter Driver (AFD) feature introduced in Oracle’s 12.1.0.2 patchset, I installed the AFD to see how it fulfilled its promise that it “ 1,948 more words

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Resistance is not futile: Here's a cookie sheet of luke-warm RRAM that proves it • The Register

Tour said: “Our technology is the only one that satisfies every market requirement, both from a production and a performance standpoint, for nonvolatile memory. It can be manufactured at room temperature, has an extremely low forming voltage, high on-off ratio, low power consumption, nine-bit capacity per cell, exceptional switching speeds and excellent cycling endurance.”

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