Nanotechnology Holds the Key to the Ultradense NRAM Digital Memory of the Future, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

In 2008, a team of researchers at HP Labs announced the development of a switching memristor, a fourth basic element in integrated circuits that theoretically could enable the development of computers that power on and off like electric lights.  Memristor is short for memory resistor. By 2009, Samsung, Micron Technology and Unity Semiconductor were also working on memristor technologies.  HP reported an important advance in memristor technology in early 2010.  The firm developed a three-dimensional array which allows memristors to be stacked in the thousands, making a new class of ultradense computing devices possible.  (A similar technology is known as…

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