What is Persistent Memory?

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Monday, October 14, 2019
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Persistent Memory is non-volatile, byte addressable, low latency memory with densities greater than or equal to Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM). It is beneficial because it can dramatically increase system performance and enable a fundamental change in computing architecture. Applications, middleware, and operating systems are no longer bound by file system overhead in order to run persistent transactions.