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IEDM: PCM research moves to 20-nm

9/23/2011 02:52 PM EDT
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adelestuart
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re: IEDM: PCM research moves to 20-nm
adelestuart   6/20/2013 10:29:47 AM
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resistion   1/24/2012 12:33:11 PM
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Reading the paper, it shouldn't state 30 uA, more like 50 uA.

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Peter Clarke   9/26/2011 8:34:52 AM
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Quite right Mea Culpa Will correct

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Phase change memory   9/26/2011 6:39:57 AM
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There is a mistake in the 5th paragraph, should be GeSbTe.

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resistion   9/25/2011 3:35:26 PM
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Any takers for the Numonyx omneo?

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Kinnar   9/25/2011 7:08:40 AM
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Thermal Properties of Phase Change Memories seems very good, if this goes right, PCM will be best option for the space grade applications.

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wilber_xbox   9/25/2011 4:07:53 AM
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PCM seems like a hot topic in memory related research. I have read about it second time in a day. Hope to read more related research articles.

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resistion   9/24/2011 11:37:51 AM
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Samsung did dash-confined PCM at 7 nm over a year ago, so this 20 nm is worth a yawn.

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re: IEDM: PCM research moves to 20-nm
resistion   9/23/2011 10:04:21 PM
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3.2 looks like 1.5 nm TiN bottom electrode wrapped out to 39 nm in TaN insulation.

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