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10|14|2014 TORONTO - Its name implies speed, and as a memory technology, Racetrack holds a great deal of promise in terms of performance, but IBM's experiment is slow ...

10|7|2014 TORONTO — There are a number of emerging memory technologies that have been in that state for some time, with the jury still out as to whether they will ...

10|2|2014 PORTLAND, Ore. — Remember those magnetic core memories that IBM invented at the beginning of the computer revolution. Well now Germany researchers at ...

10|2|2014 SANTA CLARA, Calif. — ARM partners gathered here to discuss new use cases for the recently announced Cortex-M7, which promises performance of 5 ...

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Editor's note: This is an excerpt from a piece written by Martin Keim, engineering manager for memory built-in self-test at Mentor Graphics, which posted on
Editor's note: This is a continuing discussion that began in DDR Memory Testing: Best Practices.
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