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What is RAM?
Random access memory or RAM is a group of memory chips, which serve as the computer's primary workspace. RAM also denotes a read/write memory.
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2014-11-04 The lowdown on manufacturing RRAM
Resistive memory technologies involving simple two-terminal devices can be incorporated into backend metal layers to provide an elegant solution for meeting density, capacity and cost challenges.
2013-08-07 Start-up uncloaks its RRAM non-volatile memory technology
Crossbar Inc. recently uncloaked its Crossbar Resistive RAM, a new memory technology capable of storing up to one terabyte of data on a single 200mm2 chip.
2011-06-03 Singapore's A*STAR to develop 16Kbit RRAM
The development of a 16Kbit RRAM prototype and memory controller is being pursued under a strategic partnership between A*STAR's Data Storage Institute (DSI) in Singapore and 4DS Inc.
2014-05-28 Inkjet printing yields paper-based RRAM
Inkjet printing can be used to stack an insulator material between silver and a carbon layer. The RRAM bit obtained for each stack is operated by changing the resistances of the insulator material.
2011-07-15 Imec reports breakthroughs in DRAM, RRAM
The Imec breakthroughs help bridge the gap in developing resistive RAM as a successor to DRAM technology.
2013-06-14 Imec presents RRAM, FinFET innovations
At this week's VLSI 2013 Technology Symposium, Imec presented improved quantitative statistical prediction of the RRAM operation as well as the the first strained germanium devices based on a Si-replacement process.
2014-01-28 Electrodes offer RRAM compatibility with existing circuitry
A*STAR researchers designed nickel-based electrodes that can couple resistive random access memory to CMOS systems as well as reduce the current required to switch the RRAM between memory states.
2015-08-14 3D stackable non-volatile RRAM enables 20GB arrays
Rice University scientists produced an innovative RRAM that boasts competitive designs in both speed and bits-per-crossbar, and promises to deliver ultra-low leakage (sneak) currents.
2010-04-16 When will memristors be ready for prime time?
While memristors represent a potential revolution in electronic-circuit theory akin to the invention of the transistor, it will take a killer application to get it off the ground.
2015-09-21 TSMC heats up 10nm engine, preps 16nm for 2017
TSMC has gotten off to a slow start with its 16nm FinFET process and has also announced plans for specialty RRAM and MRAM memories that would act as alternatives to embedded flash.
2009-02-11 Startup readies RRAMs for mass production
Australian startup 4DS Inc. claims to have made a major breakthrough in resistive RAM (RRAM) technology.
2014-07-15 Porous silicon oxide improves memory prod'n
Researchers from Rice University developed what they say is a breakthrough silicon oxide technology aimed at high-density, next-generation computer memory that is one step closer to mass production.
2014-06-09 Phase change memory: Multi-level to multi-tasking
In the VLSI 2014 paper, a 4bit per cell will be presented, the equivalent of 16 levels. It is conceivable that such a memory could operate in a multi-tasking role serving two separate applications.
2014-07-24 Fundamentals of resistive memory devices
In this article, we address the basics of resistive random access memory(ReRAM) structures, as well as the test hardware available to characterise them.
2014-02-14 Rise in IoT breeds new type of embedded memory
Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology claims to provide the cost competitiveness needed for consumer electronics, home appliances, wireless sensors networks and even disposable electronics.
2012-09-28 ReRAM in 28nm logic process piques TSMC's interest
A research team from National Tsing-Hua University found that a contact RRAM (CRRAM) cell has been realised in a HKMG 28-nm CMOS logic process without the use of any additional masking or process steps.
2015-01-29 NVM battle: When will choices be made?
In the long term, STTMRAM is sure to be the only candidate to substitute DRAM thanks to its high endurance. RRAM is sure to substitute NAND thanks to its high scalability/low cost.
2014-06-30 NV memory: Significance of filament size and shape
Many presenters in VLSI 2014 are seeking to improve performance and increase the understanding of ReRAM/RRAM operation. However, there is still no clear winner when it comes to material or memory type.
2014-08-27 Understanding STT-MRAM
STT-MRAM can take the place of low-density DRAM and SRAM, especially for mobile and storage devices. But what is it and how does it differ from MRAM?
2010-06-11 STT-RAM geared to displace DRAM, flash
Grandis Inc. has updated its STT-RAM roadmap with some ambitious efforts in mind: It hopes to replace DRAM, and eventually, NAND, with its next-generation MRAM.
2008-09-03 SSDs not yet ripe for 'storage-class' apps
Solid-state drives (SSDs) are promising, but the technology may not be ready for prime time in higher-end enterprise or "storage-class" applications, according to an analyst.
2014-11-19 Sheet of electronics: Printing memory on paper
What once used as a medium for disseminating information is now being explored as a material for printed electronics. Researchers say paper has a lot of potential as a low-cost surface for printing electronic circuits.
2015-12-24 Recent revelations on non-volatile memory conduction
There is a continuing work at IBM Zurich that has just provided us with new and important insights into non-volatile memory, as well as an intriguing mystery. Read this to learn more.
2011-05-13 Rambus taps startups to explore next-gen memory tech
Keen on developing potential flash and DRAM successors, Rambus is investing in memory technology startups and lending support to universities researching next-generation memory technologies.
2016-04-11 Probing ReRAMs: Forming scaling, quantised conductance
Learn about the new ReRAM challenges as an IMEC team have formed and characterised the electrical conductance and topology of some of the smallest ReRAM filaments ever reported.
2016-03-16 Probing ReRAMs: 3D filaments, brain-like functions
Here's a look at a research on ReRAMs based only on the sub-oxides of silicon to make the case for the suitability of their devices for use as emulators of brain-like neural functions.
2014-11-28 Novel process takes flexible electronics to new heights
Researchers from KAIST developed an easier methodology to realise high performance flexible electronics by using the Inorganic-based Laser Lift-off (ILLO).
2015-06-09 Non-volatile RAM seen as replacement for DRAM, flash
Startup Nantero has raised $31.5 million that will be used to speed up development of its NRAM, sometimes known as Nano-RAM, for use in both enterprise and consumer applications.
2010-08-11 Naysayers, optimists clash on DRAM forecasts
Industry players and watchers have conflicting outlooks when it comes to forecasting DRAM supply and demand.
2014-04-23 MRAM plots a 50 per cent CAGR increase
In addition to its non-volatile appeal, the growth is seen to be driven by power savings from storing data using magnetic element, yielding $246.3 million by 2019.
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