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January 20th, 2004

Molecular memory not a dream as Zettacore attracts real money

Your cell phone, like an increasing number of electronic devices, constantly drinks electricity to maintain its memory. If you could somehow get it to sip instead of gulp, you might get a week from the battery instead of a day. ZettaCore intends to use molecules that can store charge in next-generation memory chips. Thousands or more of the molecules would store electric charge – representing information – inside each cell of a memory array. The technology uses existing fabrication technologies and processes but accommodates smaller scale features. (more on earlier article)


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