Home > News > IBM's Millipede May Challenge Flash Memory
December 24th, 2003
IBM's Millipede May Challenge Flash Memory
Some say The Information Age began with the invention of the PC. For others, it's the birth of the Internet, the development of the silicon chip or the global crisscrossing of fiber-optic cable that shifted our societal pivot from goods-production to information management. In a couple of years, IBM's Millipede data storage system might also enter the debate.
High-temperature plasmonics eyed for solar, computer innovation April 17th, 2014
Scientists open door to better solar cells, superconductors and hard-drives: Research enhances understanding of materials interfaces April 14th, 2014
First principles approach to creating new materials: Solid-state chemistry and theoretical physics combined to help discover new materials with useful properties April 8th, 2014
Domain walls in nanowires cleverly set in motion: Important prerequisite for the development of nano-components for data storage and sensor technology / Publication in Nature Communications April 8th, 2014