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August 24th, 2004

Cavendish Kinetics’ microswitches help chips remember

Abstract:
Micromechanical systems have finally found their way into computer memories. Of course, companies like IBM and Nanochip have proposed MEMS storage techniques before, but never for non-volatile embedded memories. In March, after four years of hushed development, Cavendish Kinetics announced its memory technology consisting of thousands of microswitches is ready to conquer the market.

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