Silicon Memristors: hopeful for intense, rapid memory

Researchers have revealed facts of a hopeful way to create a basically dissimilar kind of processor memory chip. This is a device, memristor a long-hypothesized excluding only newly established electronic constituent. There has been significant interest in memristors since the first prototype was unveiled in 2008, not least because it took 37 years for the apparatus to make it from hypothetical proposition to truth.

The team was working on silicon devices for LEDs at what time they fortuitously discovered that a film of silicon oxide on their devices which forms obviously when silicon is left out in air behaved as memristors. The opinion of researchers at the European Materials Research Society meeting is that it can be made much more inexpensively, with current semiconductor techniques.

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