Penn researchers develop silicon dioxide-based memory

04/3/2012 | EE Times

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have come up with a resistive random-access memory using silicon dioxide, a material usually employed as an insulator in ICs. The scientists are scheduled to report on this memory and comparable ReRAM technology Friday at a symposium in Santa Clara, Calif.

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