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Fab plants are now making superfast carbon nanotube memory

Lucas Mearian | June 3, 2015
NRAM has an almost infinite number of write cycles, and is thousands of times faster than flash.

"The availability of memory technology that is extremely fast, can deliver terabits of storage capacity in the future and consumes very little power, has the potential to change the future of electronics," said Alan, Niebel, CEO of Webfeet Research. "After researching NRAM for over 12 years, WebFeet applauds Nantero for reducing manufacturing costs 10x in the last two years, making NRAM CMOS compatible and finally proving NRAM viability with commercial production capability from its licensees."


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