Computer Memory That Can Store About One Terabyte Of Data On A Device The Size Of A Postage Stamp

Future Computer Memory, Futuristic Technology, Terabyte Of Data, Future Technology, James Tour, resistive random-access memory, RRAM, nanotechnology
High-density, next-generation computer memory that can store about one terabyte of data on a device the size of a postage stamp — more than 50 times the data density of current flash memory technology — is now a step closer to to mass production…
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