by August 4, 2004 0 comments



Computers that don’t loose data even when the power supply fails; laptops with batteries that supply power for days without the need for recharging; handheld computers and cellphones with huge amounts of memory; and personal computers that, at the touch of a button, pick up again at the exact spot where you left off the day before. In just a few years, this vision of computing could become reality. At the VLSI Circuits Symposia in Hawaii, Infenion, together with IBM, introduced an advanced prototype of this revolutionary computer memory made to date: World’s first 16-Mbit Magneto-resistive RAM (MRAM) prototype. Unlike conventional computer chips, MRAM chips use magnetization to store information, instead of electrical charges. Till now, computers had to continuously supply the main memory chips with power in order to store data. However, in the case of MRAM chips, the information would remain intact even after the system has been powered down. 

Contact: Infenion, Bangalore. Tel: 28412557. or SMS 130821 to 9811800601

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