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UltraRAM (Non-volatile) Breakthrough Moves Us Closer to a Unified RAM and Storage Solution


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Scientists at the Physics and Engineering Department of the UK’s Lancaster University described in a research paper (via Tom’s Hardware) a next-gen version of non-volatile RAM, aptly named UltraRAM, that could store files without being fed power yet harness the speed of DRAM. One day, this “best of both worlds” component could serve as both the storage and memory of a computer, which is why it is being dubbed a “universal” memory type.


This next-gen component could provide the speeds of RAM with the storage capabilities of SSDs.

Well I like the name 😅

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