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October 4th, 2003

HP Researchers Make Tiny Memory from Molecules

Abstract:
Researchers at U.S. computer company Hewlett-Packard said on Monday they had created a computer memory chip using new molecular technology that takes miniaturization further than ever before. Using previously patented technology, the H-P scientists have created a 64-bit memory unit that fits inside a square micron -- a micron is one millionth of a meter. The memory contains 10 times more bits per square micron than today's most advanced DRAM computer chip memory chips.

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