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Member Since: April 18, 2013
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Correlated Electron Memory Claims From 4DS
4/16/2014   3 comments
Ron Neale takes a closer look at 4DS Inc.’s reported progress in its development of metal oxide hetero-junction operation (MOHJO) non-volatile memory.
Comment: Re: varying drift - Ron Neale - 3/12/2014
Micron Gives New Life to IBM's Latent Image Memory
3/11/2014   2 comments
Ron Neale reviews Micron’s new patent and IBM’s legacy work. He imagines a type of SRAM memory that learns.
Comment: Re: 2nd ISSCC case - Ron Neale - 3/5/2014
Comment: Re: 2nd ISSCC case - Ron Neale - 3/5/2014
Showtime for the Micron-Sony 16Gb ReRAM
3/4/2014   6 comments
New 16Gbit ReRAM is an impressive piece of design and a clear demonstration of lithographic and fabrication skills, yet absence of important details suggests the appearance of this device in standard product form is still some way ahead.
Comment: Re: Current density - Ron Neale - 2/10/2014
Comment: Re: compliance - Ron Neale - 2/7/2014
Comment: Re: compliance - Ron Neale - 2/7/2014
CeRAM Memory Gets ARM's Attention
2/6/2014   39 comments
A new approach aims to be a contender for next-generation memory. Here's how it works.
3D Non-Volatile Memory at IEDM 2013
12/31/2013   6 comments
Ron Neale reviews the papers on 3D NV memory matrix isolation that were presented at IEDM 2013.
Resistive Non-Volatile Memory at IEDM 2013
12/17/2013   6 comments
Here’s a review of the recent IEDM 2013 papers on resistive non-volatile memory.
Comment: Re: hp printers - Ron Neale - 12/3/2013
Comment: Re: Cold to the Core - Ron Neale - 10/16/2013
Comment: Vaporizing carbon - Ron Neale - 9/30/2013
Comment: Re: vacuum packed? - Ron Neale - 9/16/2013
Comment: CeRAM edge effects - Ron Neale - 8/10/2013
Comment: re: Intel invests in Irish R&D - 5/31/2013

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