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Reconsider the electron: A new spin on memory

Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) have relied heavily on semiconductor memory for their leading-edge designs. Over many years, DRAM, SRAM and flash have become commodities and readily accepted to the point of design complacence. However, these days talk is centered on seeking out next-generation or “universal” memory technology. That diligent search is taking on greater urgency due to growing concerns conventional memory will no longer scale in the near future.

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