What might replace flash memory
Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 05 August 2009 10:48

By Dana Blankenhorn

Flash memory is one of those miracles of modern times most people can’t imagine being replaced.

The SD card in your camera is driven by flash memory. So is the memory stick in your PC. Flash is what makes your iPod tinier than your finger, and it makes netbooks possible.

Unfortunately we are approaching the limits of what flash can do. Flash is based on a pure application of Moore’s Law, the laying down of circuits on silicon through oxidation.

But what if you could make molecules themselves hold a charge, and discharge it on command?


[Read Full Story] [Discuss]


Hardware | Windows | Linux | Security | Mobile Devices | Gaming
Tech Business | Editorial | General News | folding@home

Forum | Download Files

Copyright ©2001 - 2012, AOA Forums.  All rights reserved.

Alliance of Overclocking Arts

Links monetized by VigLink

Don't Click Here Don't Click Here Either