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Scientists turn the memory chip into a processor

via:Solidot     time:2017/1/4 21:30:17     readed:1323

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Aachen University of Technology and Ulyssy Research Center, SingaporeFound a wayAllowing the memory chip to perform the computational tasks traditionally performed by the processor. This means that memory chips can process data at the same location where the data is stored, helping to create smaller, faster, and thinner mobile devices and computers, saving space by reducing the processor. The new circuit uses resistive random access memory (ReRAM) chips developed by companies such as SanDisk and Panasonic, which show that ReRAM chips not only store data, but also process data.research reportPublished in the "Scientific Reports" journal.

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