Nanomagnetic on chip storage

A team from the University of California, Berkeley, says it has discovered a new way to switch the polarisation of nanomagnets. The move is said to pave the way for high density storage to move from hard disks onto integrated circuits.

  • Nanomagnets could enable high density on chip storage

    A team from the University of California, Berkeley, says it has discovered a new way to switch the polarisation of nanomagnets. The move is said to pave the way for high density storage to move from hard disks onto integrated circuits.

    A team ...
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  • Piezo materials developer raises £2m for commercialisation

    Ionix Advanced Technologies has closed a £2million funding round, with backing from IP Group, ParkWalk and private sources. The cash will help the company to accelerate the commercialisation of a range of devices based on its high temperature piezoelectric ... Read More
  • Graphene enables femtosecond laser pulses

    Graphene Flagship researchers have developed an optical fibre laser that can emits pulses just a few wavelengths of light in duration. The device, based on graphene, is thought to be suited to ultrafast spectroscopy and in surgical lasers.

    "When ...
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  • Toshiba unveils 48 layer 256Gbit flash memory

    Toshiba has unveiled the latest generation of BiCS FLASH, its 3D stacked cell structure flash memory. The 256Gbit 48 layer device features triple level cell technology and will sample in September.

    Scott Nelson, senior vice president of Toshiba ...
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