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February 18th, 2004

Switching Technology that Migrates Metal Atoms in a Solid Electrolyte

Abstract:
NEC Corporation, the National Institute for Materials Science and the Japan Science and Technology Agency today announced the development of a switching technology that migrates metal atoms in a solid electrolyte, and makes it possible to manufacture low-cost, high-performance programmable LSI devices for a wide range of applications. Called NanoBridge, the switching technology already has been successfully demonstrated in a prototype circuit.

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