Semiconductor manufacturers will be able to pursue a production method that will enable them to produce new generations of computer chips using existing equipment.
Magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) is a memory technology that can potentially replace today's semiconductor memory technologies. The increasing capability of electronic devices is driving a growing need for increased memory performance
Fluke Networks has improved OptiView integrated network analyser and the OptiView workgroup analyser by allowing network managers to discover and characterise devices that are connected to remote subnets on a virtual local area network (VLAN).
An optoelectronics company is set to revolutionise the laser market. Driven by the worldwide demand for inexpensive lasers, British firm Stratophase is targeting a range of markets, from missile jamming to bacterial detection, through developing new ways to create, control and change the colour of light.
Mitsubishi Electric has developed a â€˜reversibleâ€™ liquid crystal display that can display images on both its front and rear surfaces.
Scientists have created a transistor architecture using molecular-scale nanowire memory cells. It promises unprecedently compact data storage.