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Remember the name Crossbar, in case you are not already familiar with the firm. Founded in 2010, Crossbar has designed a ReRAM (resistive random-access memory) solution that could give Intel and its 3D XPoint technology developed in collaboration with Micron a run for their money. Crossbar's implementation is fast and stable, and also scalable with the ability to be stacked in 3D. The appeal of solutions like 3D XPoint and ReRAM is that they are non-volatile memory solutions with higher switching speeds and much less power draw compared to NAND flash memory. According to Crossbar, its ReRAM technology... Read more...
ReRAM? Yep, it's real, but it's not the kind of stuff you slap into a DIMM in order to run Photoshop with less lag. Samsung's working on a new and improved version of their rewritability and speed of resistance random access memory (ReRAM), which is said to be a next-gen nonvolatile memory. The real standout feature is that it can switch as fast as 10ns, which makes it perfect for nonvolatile working memory. That's around one million times faster than that of existing flash memory, just to give you a better idea. What does that mean for your future? It's hard to say right now. This is all quite... Read more...
HP and Hynix. Two names we know well in the computing industry, but two that are rarely mentioned in the same sentence, at least in the world of consumerdom. But now, the two companies are joining forces in order to advance the memristor and bring it to market in next-generation memory modules. The two have agreed on a joint development agreement which will bring memristor, a new circuit element first intentionally demonstrated in HP Labs, to market in future memory products. Both companies will have a hand in the process, with the both of them working to jointly develop new materials and process... Read more...