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New Memory circuit has 160,000 bits of capacity
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Friday, 26 January 2007 08:25

Scientists claim to have created world's densest memory circuit

The Associated Press
Published: January 25, 2007
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SAN JOSE, California: Researchers said they have created the world's densest memory circuit, one that is about 100 times denser than today's standard memory circuits while remaining as small as a human white blood cell.

Technology experts said the new circuit shows the potential for making integrated circuits at increasingly smaller sizes.

Scientists reported the development in Thursday's issue of the journal Nature.

The circuit has 160,000 bits of capacity, compared with previous generations of molecular circuits that were demonstrated at 64 bits.

But researchers point to the circuit's density as the real breakthrough: 100 billion bits per square centimeter, which the researchers said is about 100 times more tightly packed than current memory circuits.... More

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