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Trails behind former partner Intel.
Also details second-gen Optane, arriving next year.
Still no word on price.
£230 for 280GB? 3D XPoint has a point to prove.
Will ship through to December.
Just as it promised.
Combines cache and storage.
Will pay Intel $1.5bn for its share.
Independent development proceeds.
Tested only in simulations, though.
One step closer to 'universal memory'.
58GB and 118GB flavours.
Will work on 3D XPoint independently.
Going all-out to replace NAND.
Should trickle to consumer products, too.
Add-in card 280GB and 480GB; 2.5” 280GB only.
Claims to simplify Optane installation.
Caching only, 32GB max.
Available in SSD or pseudo-DRAM.
Drops planned Skylake support.
No launch dates yet, though.
Devices for servers and gamers alike.
Replaces storage and RAM.
January 24 2020 | 12:00
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