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Could RAM replace SSD? Well, not really but this plucky Japanese startup may come very close



A Japanese memory startup that has been lurking in the shadows for more than a decade has just emerged with a bang. Neo Semiconductor announced that it wants to produce DRAM chips that are 8x denser than the current crop – 16Gbit DRAM – using a technology called 3D X-DRAM. 

As the name hints to, there will be layers of material, 230 in total for now, helping it produce a 128Gbit DRAM chip. In comparison, Samsung is aiming to launch a 32Gbit DDR5 DRAM chip in 2023 with 1TB memory modules on the horizon.

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