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IEDM: IMEC reports 10-nm RRAM cell

12/8/2011 11:54 AM EST
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re: IEDM: IMEC reports 10-nm RRAM cell
resistion   12/9/2011 6:26:24 PM
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The current density could be a concern. Even with 10 uA going into 10 nm X 10 nm, that's still 10 MA/cm^2.

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jaybus0   12/9/2011 1:29:10 PM
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Down side? Potential production problems of any new technology, conflicts with HP Labs' IP, HP-Hynix have already announced plans for a production device in 2013. As for the technology itself, maybe there isn't one, at least as compared to flash.

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re: IEDM: IMEC reports 10-nm RRAM cell
C VanDorne   12/9/2011 1:08:45 PM
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And the down side is???

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