One small step for RAM...
April 25, 2012 // By James Candelaria
The data storage and memory market is creeping towards a critical juncture. Whilst the solid state storage has been historically dominated by the likes of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) and (NAND) Flash, the limits of solid-state physics have finally come into play.
OEMs, device manufacturers and system designers alike are chomping at the bit to find suitable alternatives for future applications.
Read the full article on page 50 of our April digital edition.
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