Researchers have found a way of using 'spin waves' to switch magnetisation at room temperature for more energy-efficient spin memory and logic devices.
Scientists have developed a three-valued memory device with extremely low energy consumption that may be key for the development of more energy-efficient and faster RAMs.
The inventors of the device used quantum mechanics to solve the dilemma of choosing between stable, long-term data storage and low-energy writing and erasing.
Researchers have created an electronic component that demonstrates functions and abilities important to future generations of computational logic and memory devices.
A new magnetic memory device is able to manipulate digital information 20 times more efficiently and with 10 times more stability than commercial spintronic digital memories.
US scientists have unveiled the inner workings of memristors, which can vary their electrical resistance based on the memory of past activity.
Advantech's SQRAM-DDR4-2666 server memory delivers high performance and is fully compatible with Intel Xeon scalable platforms.
US researchers have developed an ultrafast method for electrically controlling magnetism in certain metals. Their breakthrough could lead to increased performance and more energy-efficient computer memory and processing technologies.
Researchers from Germany and Canada are paving the way for mass-producing printable electronics by demonstrating a fully inkjet-printable flexible resistive memory.
Engineering experts have developed what they claim are the quickest, smallest, highest-capacity memories for flexible and transparent applications, using a hybrid of graphene oxide and titanium oxide.
The Alliance Memory monolithic high-speed, low-voltage AS4C1G8MD3L CMOS DDR3L SDRAM memory device has an 8 Gb density in the 78-ball, 9 x 13.2 mm lead-free FBGA package.
The Fujitsu Semiconductor 4 Mb ReRAM MB85AS4MT memory operates with a wide range of power supply voltage, from 1.65 to 3.6 V. It features a small average current in read operations of 0.2 mA at a maximum operating frequency of 5 MHz.
XJTAG XJFlash in-system programming technology provides users with fast programming when configuring memory attached to the processor subsystems of the FPGA SoCs.
Fujitsu Laboratories has announced the development of technology to streamline the internal memory of GPUs to support the growing neural network scale that works to heighten machine learning accuracy.
STMicroelectronics has extended its M24 serial EEPROM family with four devices that are fully compatible with the 4-ball WLCSP (wafer-level chip-scale package) footprint. The additions enable the ability to connect two or more 4-pin EEPROMs to the same I2C bus with an individual I2C address hard-wired internally.