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NON VOLATILE MEMORY Diana Baren, Ashton Clark, Ryan Clark
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Roadmap Flash Memory PRAM CMOx NRAM
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Non-volatile Random Access Memory Memory that does not loose its information when powered off Flash, ROM, PRAM, NRAM, CMOx Best known form is Flash memory but PRAM is the “Flash” of the next generation
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How Flash Memory Saves Data
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Phase Change Random Access Memory (PRAM) Numonyx.com
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PRAM Cell Amorphous State (Binary 0 Crystalline Amorphous (0) Numonyx.com
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PCM Mechanisms Binary 0 Binary 0 Binary 1 Numonyx.com
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PRAM Advantages Numonyx.com
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Multilevel PCM Breakthrough Intel and STMicroelectronics find two additional partial crystallization states to store data Doubled memory capacity Technologyreview.com
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Difference between PCM and FLASH Numonyx.com
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How to Beat Flash? Transistors cannot be used as selection devices Diode-like selection device is needed The memory cell current has to scale with area http://www.unitysemi.com/downloads/news/NVMTS_2008_complete.pdf
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course ECE 317 taught by Professor Peck,t during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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