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IBM creates working "racetrack memory"

holy_calamity (872269) writes | more than 6 years ago

Hardware Hacking 0

holy_calamity writes "IBM has created the first working "racetrack" memory device — a technology long touted as being the future of memory [slashdot.org]. It works by writing bits using the magnetic domains inside a very thin wire — those domain can be shunted along this "racetrack" and past read heads."

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