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Comment: Re: Stoppers? - Ron Neale - 7/22/2014
Future of PCM: Optoelectronic?
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7/22/2014   2 comments
Work by a team at the University of Oxford and the University of Exeter may well become recognized as the first steps on the road to a new and bright optoelectronic future for phase-change memory materials.
IBM Turns PCM Cell Into Nano-Sized Lab
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7/10/2014   Post a comment
For the first time, researchers have provided actual crystallization and melting temperatures from inside the memory cell.
Repair Teeth Without the Drill: Non-Volatile Memory in the Dentist Chair
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6/20/2014   13 comments
A new technique for repairing teeth without the drill, which seems strangely familiar, has been developed at King’s College London.
NV Memory: Filament Size & Shape Matters
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6/19/2014   6 comments
A look at the ReRAM and RRAM papers at this year's VLSI 2014 conference.
VLSI 2014 Memory: Lessons Learned & Photonics
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6/9/2014   2 comments
A preview of Micron's presentation plans at 2014 VLSI Symposia.
Phase Change Memory: From Multi-Level to Multi-Tasking
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5/23/2014   5 comments
Here's a preview of what's in store for PCM at this year's VLSI Symposium 2014.
NVMe Emerges as Memory Independent
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5/14/2014   Post a comment
The first of a planned series of Tech Talk presentations by Intel focused on NVM Express and was given to a worldwide web audience by Amber Huffman, senior principal engineer and NVM Express Workgroup chair.
Artificial & Machine Intelligence: Future Fact, or Fantasy?
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5/13/2014   25 comments
While a warning about the application of AI and intelligent machines (IMs) in the area of military application might be appropriate, what if they're just a natural branch on the the tree of natural evolution?
Correlated Electron Memory Claims From 4DS
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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
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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
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3/4/2014   20 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
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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
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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
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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


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A future engineer shares his impressions of a recent tour of top schools and offers advice on making the most of the time-honored tradition of the college road trip.

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Juggling a Cornucopia of Projects
Max Maxfield
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I feel like I'm juggling a lot of hobby projects at the moment. The problem is that I can't juggle. Actually, that's not strictly true -- I can juggle ten fine china dinner plates, but ...

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Engineers Should Study Finance: 5 Reasons Why
Larry Desjardin
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I'm a big proponent of engineers learning financial basics. Why? Because engineers are making decisions all the time, in multiple ways. Having a good financial understanding guides these ...

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