i've heard of this
ReRAM does not require constant power to hold data, which is why it is being heralded as the successor to hard disk drives, solid state drives and random access memory.
Traditional SRAM and DRAM are volatile, while flash memory is non-volatile. However, flash memory by it's nature/construction is slower than DRAM, which is slower than SRAM due to implementation in architecture. ReRAM will be faster than DRAM, but be non-volatile like flash (NAND), and have a smaller footprint/fabrication.
is this like one of those vitural disks you can make out of ram if you have a lot of ram?