Hardware

Magnetic domain wall devices closer to industrial reality

Magnetic domain wall devices have attracted great attention as a promising beyond-CMOS device concept for functional scaling. The spintronics-based technology could provide a platform where both logic and memory might connect, ...

Electronics & Semiconductors

World's first MRAM-based in-memory computing

Samsung Electronics today announced its demonstration of the world's first in-memory computing based on MRAM (Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory). The paper on this innovation was published online by Nature on January ...

Computer Sciences

New technique offers faster security for non-volatile memory tech

Researchers have developed a technique that leverages hardware and software to improve file system security for next-generation memory technologies called non-volatile memories (NVMs). The new encryption technique also permits ...

Hardware

Might Intel Optane memory tech come to MacBooks?

(Tech Xplore)—Intel's superfast Optane drives could soon be coming to Apple MacBooks, according to reports. This may represent a new class of memory and storage technology.

Engineering

Boosting the 'brains' of computers with less wasted energy

Many internal components used in today's computers reach temperatures that are hot enough to cook a Thanksgiving meal. The heat produced by the computations can easily burn human skin and tissue – and much of the heat is ...

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