Memristor Archives

IM Flash (IMFT, Intel and Micron) hit 25nm NAND Mark

As written about earlier, the intel and micron co-development company IM Flash (IMFI) is announcing theyve reached a 25nm NAND design and manufacturing milestone. This is great news for SSD and flash memory markets, although not necessarily for competitors. Still, the ONFI (Open NAND Flash Interface) consortium as a whole stands to benefit in part… […]

Samsung settles Rambus Lawsuit: 900 mill

Samsung Electronics Co. settled on a payout of $900 million over five years, resolving an old, and completely labyrinthine lawsuit with Rambus Inc. over their memory chips. The two competitors, in addition to the settlement which involves stock buybacks and other sordid accounting payment details, also stated that they have signed a “memorandum of understanding” […]

X25-M Intel SSD Toolbox Firmware Upgrade for Windows 7 OS Problems

Its being reported in Computer World that the Intel release of the SSD Toolkit firmware upgrade software was pulled after it was found to crash both the Intel X25-M G2 160GB and 80GB SSD drives: “We have been contacted by users with issues with the 34-nanometer Intel SSD firmware upgrade and are investigating. We take […]

Flexible Flash Memory on the horizon

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has developed a form of memristor built on a flexible substrate, its being widely reported. The paper, titled A Flexible Solution-Processed Memristor, details the researchers at NIST were able create a 14 day window for the non-volatile memristive state: The Nist research team created the memristor using […]

Video: 2008 UC Berkeley Memristor Symposium

The 2008 UC Berkeley/Merced Symposium on memristors and memristive technology explored the potential of memristors and memristive systems and nano-electronic circuits. The videos have recently been posted: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4:

Video: Leon Chua & Memristor Talk at laSalle

Leon Chua speaks at the LaSalle Research Group in Intelligent Systems, Dec. 12 2008. The audio is a little garbled and the retro-analog style overhead projector, common amongst mathematicians, but its a great prespective on seminal work.