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What is a memristor?
Memristor or Memory Resistor is a non-volatile memory technology that can change its resistance in varying levels.
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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.
2016-05-05 Using memristors to build an electronic brain
The Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology is perfecting an analogue electronic brain by using hafnium oxide memristors to mimic synapses.
2008-10-01 Memristors transit to reality
Hewlett-Packard Labs is attempting to catapult the memristor, the fourth passive circuit element after resistors, capacitors and inductors, into the electronics mainstream.
2013-08-16 Memristors to boost image processing
DARPA awarded a UM researcher up to $5.7 million contract to build a computer hardware that could process images and video 1,000 times faster with 10,000 times less power than today's systems.
2008-07-10 Memristors ready for 2009 debut
The fourth passive circuit in electronic circuit theory, memristor, has moved a step closer to prototyping with the harnessing of a substrate material that could yield a new memory device by 2009.
2010-04-22 Memristors mirror neural learning
University of Michigan researchers have demonstrated a single memristor that can learn using the same technique as the human brain.
2012-12-03 HP eyes memristors as alternative to server CPUs
HP Labs sees memristors as one of several new types of chips which could take centre stage in the coming disruptive changes in data centre technologies. HP is also eyeing ARM and Atom based servers.
2010-04-13 Configurable memristors to displace CPUs
HP offers a configurable memristor that it claims could someday obsolete the dedicated CPU by enabling dynamically changing circuits to maintain a constant memory of their state.
2010-09-06 Silicon ReRAM beats graphene, say Rice researchers
Rice University researchers demonstrated a proof-of-concept 1Kb silicon ReRAM that they claim can be scaled beyond the densities of flash.
2013-01-17 IC firms promising memristive microchips as early as 2013
Memristors mimic the process flow of the human brain thereby making it a solid architectural foundation for a new era of cognitive computers.
2010-09-02 HP, Hynix push memristor commercialization
HP and Hynix have forged a joint development agreement to develop materials and process integration technology to shift memristors from R&D to commercial resistive RAM (ReRAM).
2012-08-29 U.S. defense researchers say future is in analog
DARPA proposes searching for new methods outside of the digital universe for intelligence gathering and analysis.
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.
2015-12-03 Server system combines processor, storage
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise unleashed its line of Synergy systems that promises to give businesses an easy-to-use and flexible combination of processors and storage riding an Ethernet fabric.
2011-08-08 Researchers develop biocompatible memory device
Researchers have developed a memory device with the physical properties of Jell-O and works properly in wet environments.
2012-09-28 Memresistor debut pushed back to late 2013
HP and SK-Hynix decision to delay the memresistor was primarily due to its potential to cannibalise existing flash memory business.
2008-11-28 HP Labs heralds 3D memristor chip
Hewlett-Packard Labs has recently unveiled what it claims to be the first 3D memristor chip at The Memristor and Memristive Systems Symposium.
2010-06-08 HP explores memory-centric processors
HP Labs is working on nanostore chip designed around the idea that the explosive growth of storage in Internet data centers requires making data the center of new server design.
2013-08-20 Chemical industry makes headway in printed electronics
An IDTechEx report addresses the need for chemical firms entering the electronic product space to identify the most profitable functional compounds and elements needed including allotropes of carbon.
2011-09-26 Bringing HP's glory days back
Once upon a time HP had its own symphony orchestra. The next HP CEO could take a cue from that history and be more of a conductor and less of a celebrity.
2011-03-31 Atomic switches pave way for new computing architectures
Researchers have published a review of new types of nanodevices and computing based on cationic-based atomic switches.
2016-01-11 3D NAND scales memory back to Moore's Law
Prior to going 3D, Micron could only shrink each new generation in its x-y dimensions, but they hit the wall at 20nm, only able to shrink in one direction, either x or y, at the 16nm node.
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