By now, you’ve probably heard about phase change memory or PCM. PCM is an innovative new memory technology that blends the best attributes of EEPROM, NOR, NAND, and DRAM to deliver unprecedented features in one memory device. But how do PCM’s unique features translate to user experience? The video below shows how PCM’s nonvolatility, high endurance, fast program performance, and overwrite capability can eliminate the need for multiple memory types in a digital video camera application and create a more reliable system. I hope you find this quick explanation of PCM features useful. Be sure to check out my first post on PCM’s overwrite capability for more details on this key PCM feature.