Tom Coughlin wrote an article for Forbes talking about how the computing industry is changing. There was a Persistent Memory Summit in San Jose which was held by Storage Networking Industry Association who show chased the major push that is called the SNIA Solid State Storage Initiative. Persistent Memory will be providing high performance solid state memory that can hold data longer than DRAM memory without even having to refresh the data on devices.
A lot of the current persistent memory have been using the NVMe protocol which also includes things such as DRAM/Flash and flash devices while using computer memory bus. This is also known as the NVDIMM
It is common that NVDIMM can be used in traditional block based devices. Here is what Coughlin mentioned about this.
“NVDIMM’s can be used like traditional block based devices with access through the traditional I/O stack like traditional storage or treated like computer system memory using the Load/Store bus with direct access to stored bits. The figure below shows that the latter approach can lead to very low latencies.”
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