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Now, store data permanently in this first light-based memory chip

Now, store data permanently in this first light-based memory chip

Scientists led by an Indian-origin researcher have developed the world's first entirely light-based memory chip that stores data permanently, an advance that could dramatically improve the speed of modern computing.

First all-optical permanent on-chip memory developed

 Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have created the first all-optical permanent on-chip memory that can store data for decades, an advance that may lead to the development of optical computers.

Intel with Micron produces a new much faster storage chip

Intel with Micron has introduced a new kind of non-volatile data storage device which is denser, tougher and faster than the modern memory.

New `super-fast` silicon memory chip developed

Researchers at UCL have developed the first purely silicon oxide-based ‘Resistive RAM’ memory chip that can operate in ambient conditions.

New `super-fast` silicon memory chip developed

Researchers at UCL have developed the first purely silicon oxide-based ‘Resistive RAM’ memory chip that can operate in ambient conditions.

Samsung to build memory chip plant in China

Samsung Electronics will build a memory chip plant in China's northwestern city of Xi'an with an investment of $7 billion.

Transparent 3-D chips to power next gen computers

The transparency and small size of the new chips enables them to be used in a wide range of potential applications.

Transparent 3-D chips to power next gen computers

The transparency and small size of the new chips enables them to be used in a wide range of potential applications.

Elpida in talks to merge with Micron, Nanya: Report

Elpida said in a statement it would not comment on rumors and speculation.

New finding could lead to better memory chips

Scientists have discovered a way to improve the performance of ferroelectric materials.

New finding could lead to better memory chips

Scientists have discovered a way to improve the performance of ferroelectric materials.