XPOINTCross Point
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Intel partnered with Micron to develop a new form of memory technology called 3D XPoint to achieve high reliability.
On a related note, Intel is also leveraging the 3D XPoint memory technology NSG developed to build dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) substitutes, known as (https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/06/04/at-long-last-intel-announces-optane-dc-persistent.aspx) Optane DC Persistent Memory, in a bid to try to capture some of the DRAM TAM while simultaneously building a moat around its Xeon data center processor platforms.
Micron is currently collaborating with ecosystem partners to introduce 3D XPoint products in late calendar 2019, with revenue ramp starting in calendar 2020.
Finally, the improved 3D V-NAND stack from Samsung can stand up to the newer 3D Xpoint.
XPoint memory is a non-volatile memory that fits between higher-performance but
It is based on technology called 3D Xpoint, developed in collaboration with memory manufacturer Micron.
Early testing of Intel Optane solid state drive (SSD) prototypes - which utilize 3D XPoint Memory Media - demonstrate a 10 times reduction in latency and three times increase in throughput as compared to a NAND SSD1, allowing for significantly faster movement of data between the storage device and CPU.
The Optane SSDs use the 3D Xpoint technology, which gives them ultra-fast access speeds.
Non-volatile Memory Market By Type (Flash (Nand, Nor), Eprom, Eeprom, Nvsram, 3d Nand, 3d Xpoint, Nram, Reram/Cbram, Fram, Mram/Sttmram, Nvdimm), Application (Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Enterprise Storage), And Geography - Global Forecast To 2022
The 3D XPoint (pronounced "cross point") transistor-less technology can turn immense amounts of data into valuable information in nanoseconds.