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[Source: ScienceDaily] - Scientists at Arizona State University have developed an elegant method for significantly improving the memory capacity of electronic chips.
Led by Michael Kozicki, an ASU electrical engineering professor and director of the Center for Applied Nanoionics, the researchers have shown that they can build stackable memory based on "ionic memory technology," which could make them ideal candidates for storage cells in high-density memory. Best of all, the new method uses well-known electronics materials.
For more information: Scientists Improve Chip Memory by Stacking Cells
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