Phase-change memory: An architectural perspective


This article surveys the current state of phase-change memory (PCM) as a nonvolatile memory technology set to replace flash and DRAM in modern computerized systems. It has been researched and developed in the last decade, with researchers providing better architectural designs which address the technology's main challenges—its limited write endurance… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2480741.2480746


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@article{Zilberberg2013PhasechangeMA, title={Phase-change memory: An architectural perspective}, author={Omer Zilberberg and Shlomo Weiss and Sivan Toledo}, journal={ACM Comput. Surv.}, year={2013}, volume={45}, pages={29:1-29:33} }