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Nonvolatile logic chips harness magnetic tunneling

7/11/2010 06:00 PM EDT
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re: Nonvolatile logic chips harness magnetic tunneling
ewoelk   7/12/2010 5:49:45 PM
It should be interesting to see which electronic device based on any quantum effect of one or more electrons or maybe atoms makes it into the main stream. After the proof of concept of course comes the integration, or, maybe the start of a new industry. There are not many quantum engineers yet but in time they will spin out from the universities.

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