• RRAM memory 3D printed onto paper

    Taiwanese researchers have 3D printed a type of RRAM memory onto a single standard piece of paper.

    While paper is an ideal substrate for printed memory because of its affordability and extreme light weight, it also has a very high absorption rate. ...
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  • Phase change materials could enable energy efficient computing

    Smaller, faster and more energy efficient computers might be enabled by using phase change materials (PCM) instead of silicon, according to research carried out at Cambridge University.

    Modelling and tests of PCM based devices have shown that ...
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  • High voltage switcher cuts quiescent power consumption in half

    Expanding its portfolio of high voltage power solutions for offline AC/DC designs, Texas Instruments has introduced a 700V switcher with a quiescent current of less than 100uA ā€“ half that of existing devices.

    The UCC28880 integrates a 700V power ...
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  • ARM: "IoT needs more investment and increased collaboration"

    ARM seems to have bet big on the idea that the Internet of Things (IoT) will impact on nearly every aspect of our lives in the near future. At a dedicated event held at London's Science Museum this week, company CEO Simon Segars urged delegates to stop ... Read More





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