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What is SRAM?
Static random access memory, pronounced "ess-ram," is a type of memory that is faster and more reliable than the more common dynamic RAM (DRAM). The term "static" is derived from the fact that this type of memory doesn't need to be refreshed like DRAM.
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2014-02-20 CeRAM gains ARM's attention
A new approach aims to be a contender for next-generation memory. This article tackles how it works.
2014-02-12 ARM's shift to non-volatile memory bodes well
ARM expands its view on IP, considering the future uses of MRAM and CeRam.
2015-07-30 Intel, Micron unleash novel non-volatile memory
The executives said the memory is based on a fundamental discovery that has yielded a non-volatile memory that exhibits a "bulk material property change" at the cross-point of metal access lines.
2014-05-14 Assessing correlated electron memory claims by 4DS
4DS Inc. now claims that the operation of its memory is based on strongly correlated electron-effect Mott-like transition.
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