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June 12th, 2006
With memory bits set to take up the vast majority of tomorrow's system-on-chip solutions, new forms of memory technology will be needed to keep power consumption under control, according to Yoshio Nishi, director of the Center for Integrated Systems at Stanford University.
Speaking here at the IEEE 2006 Silicon Nanoelectronics Workshop on Sunday (June 11) Nishi said: "By 2016, chips will be almost all memory, and almost all of the power consumption will be from memory."
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