nonvolatile memory

Panasonic Japan prepares to release ReRam Nonvolatile Memory with Microprocessor Evaluation Kit

Panasonic Japan has a press release out detailing the availability of a microprocessor kit for evaluation that integrates a reram nonvolatile memory chip with a microcomputer. Are transputers back? Panasonic hopes to make the starter kits available for evaluation by May. They will “[…] make a direct connection to the USB port of your PC, […]

Elpida enters reRam production fray: 30nm DRAM competitor by 2013

Elpida Memory Inc. has produced a ReRam [nonvolatile resistance memory, a DRAM/flash memory competitor] prototype on 50nm at a 64-Mbits capacity, with 10ns write cycles, and 1 million read-write endurance cycles. The substrate material is undisclosed: The prototype was jointly developed with the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), a Japanese-funded public institution. […]

1 Transistor – 1 Memristor Cell RRAM on flexible substrates advances

Researchers out of Korea recently published a paper on their success in implementing a single titanium oxide based memristor integrated with a single crystal silicon transistor. In addition to future research into improvements for the “read” problem of nonvolatile memory via a diode and unipolar resistor combination, they created and tested a 1 Transistor, 1 […]

Flexible Memristive Memory Array on Plastic Substrates

in Papers of Interest: Format: Journal Abstract [account req] Title: “Flexible Memristive Memory Array on Plastic Substrates” Authors: Seungjun Kim, Sung Kyu Kim, and Hu Young Jeong [Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology], Sung-Yool Choi [Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Korea], Keon Jae Lee [Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea] […]