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Industry has been talking about various types of new memory technologies for years that are roughly the same capacity, performance and cost as DRAM, but would not lose state when power goes out. Progress has been rapid and several vendors have organized industry groups that are working through how we can use those parts. This presentation will highlight what works in Linux today and changes that are under development.