nram - Carbon Nanotube Memory Ricky Taing Outline...

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Carbon Nanotube Memory Ricky Taing
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Outline Motivation for NRAM Comparison of Memory NRAM Technology Carbon Nanotubes Device Operation Evaluation Current State of NRAM Fabrication Conclusions
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Motivations and Goals Physical limitations of current memory Threshold voltage scaling, soft error Low power for mobile devices Universal memory Fast, dense, non-volatile, low energy
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Comparison - Current Tech Size compared to DRAM Speed compared to SRAM Energy compared to Flash limited lifetime for flash
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Comparison - Future Tech MRAM (Magnetic Memory) Insulator separated magnetic plates Changing polarity causes high or low resistance across insulator size limit being reached, larger than flash FRAM (Ferroelectric Memory) replace capacitor with Ferroelectric crystal in use unlimited writes smallest possible size larger than NRAM Josephson based
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NRAM Technology Carbon Nanotubes cylindrical carbon molecules
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