Ferroelectric

09.28.11
Ferroelectric transistor memory could run on 99 percent less power than flash
09.28.11

Ferroelectric transistor memory could run on 99 percent less power than flash

We've been keeping an optimistic eye on the progress of Ferroelectric Random Access Memory (FeRAM...

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08.28.10
Researchers set new record for ferroelectric data storage
08.28.10

Researchers set new record for ferroelectric data storage

Ferroelectric isn't just a ridiculously fun word to say, it might just also be the future of comput...

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05.20.10
SSD power consumption reduced by 86 percent, speeds of 9.5GBps achieved by Japanese researchers
05.20.10

SSD power consumption reduced by 86 percent, speeds of 9.5GBps achieved by Japanese researchers

You know, the thing about the future is, it'll probably come from Japan. Only yesterday we saw mamm...

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04.23.09
New silicon film ferroelectric may pave the way for instant-on computers (or maybe not)
04.23.09

New silicon film ferroelectric may pave the way for instant-on computers (or maybe not)

While the gang at Toshiba are still trying to bring FeRAM to the masses, a team of researchers at C...

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02.09.09
Toshiba makes progress on FeRAM, still no tangible product in sight
02.09.09

Toshiba makes progress on FeRAM, still no tangible product in sight

Phew. For a moment year or so there we reckoned that amazing FeRAM discovery had been pushed aside a...

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01.04.08
Displaytech FLCOS microdisplays see action in iView pico-projector
01.04.08

Displaytech FLCOS microdisplays see action in iView pico-projector

Remember those fancy microdisplays we heard about back in November? You know, the one's based on Dis...

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10.19.07
Korean researcher hopes to build ferroelectric RAM
10.19.07

Korean researcher hopes to build ferroelectric RAM

If you've fantasized about how wonderful your life could be if the merits of DRAM, SRAM and Flash me...

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