[OT] MRAM, spintronics, the future
goran.hultgren at bluefish.se
Tue Feb 11 20:25:16 UTC 2003
Quoting Ivan Tomek <ivan.tomek at acadiau.ca>:
> Can you provide some references? And, by the way, what about files as
Well, dmoz.org gave me this promising startpoint:
You should find more there.
> backup? Aren't all these memory technologies volatile? You need
> that persists even if all power in the world fails, don't you?
Nope, that is the beauty. These babies don't require voltage to "remember".
And access times are around 1 ns (read in the swedish article) so MRAM can
replace both primary, secondary *and* cache memory for CPUs.
And they are more dense, etc. etc
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