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Intel considers boosting handheld memory
Posted: 13-Jul-2001 [Source: ZDNet News]

[Ovonics Unified Memory (OUM) seen as the most promising of the three new possibilities for next-generation mobile memory. ]

by John G. Spooner -- "On Wednesday, the chipmaker described the search for what it calls the "Holy Grail" of mobile memory, with a new technology that will pack hundreds of megabytes of storage into mobile devices at a low cost. A typical handheld, for example, now has 2MB to 64MB of flash memory.

"In Intel's vision, the next-generation memory should combine high density--which translates into greater storage capacity--with high performance and the ability to be easily integrated with other types of memory. The new memory must also be non-volatile like a PC hard drive, meaning that data stored inside is not erased once the power on the device is turned off.


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