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2013-05-15 TMR magnetic switch sensors boast ultra-low power
MDT's MMS2X1H omnipolar switch and MMS1X1H bipolar switch feature ultra-low power consumption at 1.5?A in continuous operation, enabling high-speed measurement and extended battery life.
2013-06-21 Magnetic thin films yields more efficient data storage
MIT researchers discover efficient control of magnetism in chiral ferromagnets that could reduce the energy needed to store and retrieve one bit of data by a factor of 10,000.
2013-06-21 Magnetic materials squeeze more data on hard drives
A*STAR Data Storage Institute researchers developed a 'sandwich' of three iron alloy layers that could help to create computer hard drives that can store more data than ever before.
2013-11-25 Magnetic encoder offers up to 18bit absolute resolution
The iC-MU runs on 5V in an operating temperature range of -40°C to 110°C and is geared for absolute position encoders, incremental encoders, and commutation encoders for brushless motors.
2013-05-31 Magnetic domain control to lead to low-power memory
MIT researchers said the approach controls magnetism by applying a voltage and requires little power to write and no power to maintain the stored information, leading to low-power data storage.
2012-11-16 Disc storage capacity boosted self-assembling polymers
Researchers at the University of Texas-Austin claim to have developed a method of directed self-assembly that could boost hard drive capacity fivefold.
2007-01-29 Digital data storage replaces magnetic tape systems
The DDS-XM100 series of solid-state data storage unit from Bluewater is designed specifically to replace outdated magnetic tape and disc storage systems.
2015-10-23 Western Digital to buy SanDisk for $19 billion
SanDisk has been a successful vendor of flash memory for computer peripheral markets, and to ensure supply entered into a manufacturing joint venture with Toshiba Corp.
2013-08-01 On the path to creating more stable, compact HDDs
A*STAR Data Storage Institute researchers devised a technique to assess the impact of making HDDs more compact by measuring lubricant transfers in disc drives
2012-12-28 Marvell faces $1.17B fine due to patent infringement
A U.S. federal jury has found Marvell guilty of infringing patents developed by Carnegie Mellon University and has been ordered to pay $1.17 billion in damages.
2014-05-21 IBM, FujiFilm max out tape storage at 85.9Gbit/in2
The milestone was achieved with a FujiFilm double-coated tape, through the development of the following critical technologies: write field head, servo control, and signal-processing algorithms.
2006-05-01 Holography system rides single beam
Along with its promise of storing mammoth amounts of data, conventional holography technology presents developers with one big problemit requires two light beams that must be exposed from different directions.
2014-02-19 Carbon, FePt enhance device storage performance
An A*STAR research examines the properties of ironCplatinum (FePt) nanocrystals for use in ultra high-density magnetic recording media
2013-05-09 Synchronised technique for next-gen data storage
The BPMR technique offers much higher storage capacity because it records the data in a regular array of single-grain magnetic islands that can be much smaller than multiple grain bits in continuous media
2010-09-29 New technique writes at terabit rates on GdFeCo films
Using time-resolved polar Kerr spectroscopy and an alternating magnetic field, researchers show that it is possible to record onto ferromagnetic films thirty times faster than today's technologies
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
2013-03-05 10nm patterned-bit to double HDD data density
HGST Labs combined two innovative nanotechnologiesself-assembling molecules and nanoimprintingto create large areas of dense patterns of magnetic islands that are only about 50 atoms wide
2014-10-20 Carbon nanotubes find their way into storage devices
Carbon nanotube technology presents potential applications to a wide spectrum of uses, with memory and storage among them. However, their future, though promising, is relatively open ended at this time.
2013-04-30 Why flash storage is important to MEMS
Solid state drives operate at higher temperatures, and MEMS devices can withstand that environment because they regulate themselves.
2005-07-29 Vibration feedback device uses an electromagnetic drive system
To improve the operability of electronic products, Alps Electric developed the Force Reactor AF series short-vibration feedback devices, which generate an array of vibration settings.
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?
2015-11-03 Singapore develops super sensitive hybrid sensor
A new type of hybrid sensor technology developed by researchers from the National University of Singapore is said to be more than 200 times more sensitive than commercially available sensors.
2015-10-20 Shanghai opens incubator for More-than-Moore devices
SITRI's goal is to go beyond the process-node driven CMOS technologies that have defined the IC industry for decades and helped propel PC and smartphone market growth.
2013-08-05 Semimetals show heat to electrical conversion efficiency
Researchers in Japan found a layered semimetal compound that offers unprecedented efficiency of heat to electric current conversion, outlining its potential to be used as a thermoelectric material.
2015-06-10 Role of sensors in industrial Internet revolution
The wide variety of sensors now available can help simplify design-in, minimise integration challenges, and help engineers deliver attractive and easy-to-use smart sensors to market at competitive prices.
2007-08-01 Overcome high-speed FPGA design challenges
When using high-speed FPGAs in a design, it is important to consider several design issues both before and during board development.
2014-07-17 NTC chip thermistors support up to 150°C
The devices from Ametherm aim to deliver highly repeatable performance for temperature monitoring and compensation in hybrid circuits for ICs in robotic assemblies and military telecom systems.
2016-04-21 Inverse spin Hall effect converts microwaves into energy
University of Utah scientists investigated and developed a method on how to generate energy using microwaves by demonstrating an effect called the inverse spin Hall effect.
2013-11-14 Integration trends for BLDC motor
Here's a look at different Hall sensor arrangements and the technology trends in integration.
2014-09-23 Future memory devices: 10 technologies to keep in mind
While current memory types are smarter and built with higher density, the succeeding memory technologies will integrate new types of materials, as well as smarter algorithms that make storage a hierarchy off-chip in a way that cache memory is hierarchical on-chip.
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