Low-cost, fast, nonvolatile storage has been the Holy Grail long before magnetic core memory provided this functionality—at least that’s been the case for a while. The current crop of memory technologies is dominated by static and dynamic RAM and flash memory. Technologies like MRAM and FRAM have risen, but none has yet to unseat current technologies. Nantero’s NRAM may be the one...
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