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Old 04-08-2010, 03:52 PM   #1
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Post Hewlett Packard outlines computer memory of the future

Memory is one thing, but I wonder how this new technique will be used for new generations of processors while nearing the limit of Moore's Law.

"The fundamental building blocks of all computing devices could be about to undergo a dramatic change that would allow faster, more efficient machines."
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Re: Hewlett Packard outlines computer memory of the future

Techniques changed time to time. so new memory also will be developed for new processors.


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