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Interview with Intel's Memory Guru, Christopher Cox
Recently, most of the buzz around Intel's technologies focus on 45nm and X38, but what about memory? We sit down with Intel's Christopher Cox to learn more about XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles) and also get a glimpse of what's in the future for memory.
You can read the full interview here and discuss it here!
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