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Memristor flash replacement to be ready in 2013

Posted on Friday, October 07 2011 @ 21:32:42 CEST by

The Tech Report writes HP aims to deliver the first ReRAM chips as early as 2013:
A little more than a year ago, HP teamed up with Hynix to produce memory based on memristor technology. Dubbed ReRAM, this non-volatile memory promised lower power consumption than flash and the potential to be even faster. Now, according to HP Senior Fellow Stan Williams, we could see the first chips as early as 2013. Williams says "hundreds of wafers" have already been produced, and it looks like two versions will be available initially: a slower speed grade designed to supplant the flash memory in smartphones, and faster stuff primed for SSDs.

HP plans to license its ReRAM technology, and Williams points out that Samsung has an even bigger team working on memristors. Replacing flash memory is only the beginning, though. Williams expects non-volatile memristor chips to challenge volatile DRAM by as early as 2014.



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