Advanced memory types are expected to boost electronics' capabilities

08/8/2013 | Computerworld

Samsung's debut of three-dimensional NAND flash memory devices and Crossbar's prototype resistive random-access memory technology are offering tantalizing promises of mobile devices with much greater data storage, Lucas Mearian writes. Gill Lee of Applied Materials said, "Moving to 3D allows for the NAND technology to continue to scale down. How far can it go? I think it can go quite far."

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