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re: HP Labs sees ARM, Atom, memristors in server future
unknown multiplier   11/28/2012 4:28:07 PM
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What's the difference between HP's memristor and Panasonic's ReRAM? They seem to be the same materials..

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re: HP Labs sees ARM, Atom, memristors in server future
resistion   11/28/2012 3:34:44 PM
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If it's next to hot CPU, better work at high temperature.

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re: HP Labs sees ARM, Atom, memristors in server future
rick merritt   11/28/2012 2:57:24 PM
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@bobdvb: It's unclear because they haven't said much about the lo0gic part of the device. Many researchers including some at Stanford and Berkeley have talked about kinds of smart memories before. HP's unique angle is using its memristor as the memory.

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re: HP Labs sees ARM, Atom, memristors in server future
bobdvb   11/28/2012 9:53:12 AM
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Are they essentially describing some kind of FPGA processor with a gigantic fast non-volatile memory?

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