Saturday, October 15, 2005

Carbon Nanotube Memory on the Way

Slashdot | Carbon Nanotube Memory on the Way
"Nantero, a nanotechnology company, is expecting prototypes of products using NRAM technology (nanotube-based, non-volatile random access memory) to be available in 2006. In the article at, it says that 'the company has succeeded in making circular wafers, 13 centimetres in diameter, that hold 10 gigabits of data.' And they are ten times faster than 'flash' memory."

More nanotube goodness. Except this time it is an actual product!


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