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Data Storage Science

Nanotube Memory Finally Beats Flash For Speed 86

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the more-nano-for-your-nano dept.
holy_calamity writes "Although flash memory that stores each bit on a single nanotube has been tinkered with in the lab for years, it has always been much slower than the devices in use today. A Finnish team has now cracked that, demonstrating single bits of nanotube memory that can be written in just 100 nanoseconds. Existing flash memory takes tens of microseconds."
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