Wednesday, 20 July 2016
Densest-ever memory system uses individual atoms to store data
Ever since the first practical computers came on the market in the 1950s, scientists and engineers have been seeking ever more compact data storage technologies, which have gone from giant drums to tiny chips. Now scientists at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at the Delft University of Technology (TUDelft) have developed a memory technology that achieves the ultimate physical limit by using individual atoms to represent a single bit of data.
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