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Dazed and Confused
Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: Redneck Country
HP, tired of using plain old resistors and capacitors, make memristors instead.
Really cool, if it pans out and is mass producable.
If memristors can be commercialized, it could lead to very dense, energy-efficient memory chips. Scientists have made devices that function like memristors, but it took a good number of transistors and several capacitors, Williams said. Memristor chips would function like flash memory and retain data even after a computer is turned off, but require less silicon, consume less energy, and require fewer transistors.
Source: Cnet News
"Part of what's going to come out of this is something none of us can imagine yet," says Williams. "But what we can imagine in and of itself is actually pretty cool."
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