Dr Tony Kenyon of UCL's Electronic and Electrical Engineering department said: "Our ReRAM memory chips
need just a thousandth of the energy and are around a hundred times faster than standard Flash memory chips
When you're erasing memory chips
, unless you undertake a special procedure, you simply erase the directory.
The firm, which employs 700 people making computer screens in Wynyard, Teesside, said revenues in its flash memory chip
division grew by 40pc to pounds 1.3bn.
Researchers at HewlettPackard claim they have created a computer memory chip
using new molecular technology that takes miniaturisation further than ever.
Big Blue and Munich-based memory chip
maker Infineon have announced a breakthrough in memory technology that has the potential to revolutionize the memory industry, not to mention the PC and server industries that rely on it.
THE mighty Telewest, Britain's second biggest cable company, was hit yet again yesterday by the tiny memory chip
. Shares dropped another 19.3pto 155.8p after the company admitted that it could be up to three months late delivering its digital television service.
It can take 100 black and white pictures, which can be stored on its memory chip
and downloaded to a PC.
Chip memory is evolving from about 20 million transistors on a 16-megabit memory chip
emerging from the lab today to a billion transistors on a chip by the year 2001.
Korea has been displaying its dominance in the memory chip
market thanks to global players such as Samsung, but companies have been urged to diversify their portfolios, which have been heavily dependent on the memory business.
Industry sources disclosed to (http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20181225000132) Korea Herald on Tuesday that Samsung's memory chip
unit is considering slowing the pace of its planned production facilities expansion next year.
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