From: Gregory Alan Bolcer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Dec 08 2000 - 08:54:11 PST
Bubble memory take II. Yes, but can it
hold it's data without power?
> Infineon and IBM Thursday announced that they had
> succeeded in developing a magnetic random access
> memory (MRAM) chip technology that runs up to five
> times faster than conventional RAM. Magnetic Random
> Access Memory (MRAM), which dates back to the '70s.
> The new chip uses magnetic charges to store data and
> uses less power than standard memory. The companies
> say products featuring the technology could become
> commercially available by 2004.
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