Researchers advance low-cost silicon replacement technology

09/5/2013 | TG Daily

Engineers are preparing for a post-silicon world by experimenting with new materials designed to meet the needs of ever-increasing processing speeds that will one day make standard processing technology obsolete. Researchers at the College of Engineering at Oregon State University have made a breakthrough using metal-insulator-metal, or MIM, diodes that rely on "tunneling" to eliminate electron resistance and can be produced on a mass scale with low-cost materials.

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