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March 16th, 2005
Scientists at Philips Research have developed a phase-change memory promising to match the speed, density, low-voltage and low-power consumption requirements of future deep sub-micron silicon chips.
Unlike existing non-volatile memory technologies, such as flash memory, the performance of this new memory improves in virtually every respect the smaller it is made, Philips purported.
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