“The memristor is now deemed the future of computer memory because of its odd behavior: The more electricity you run through it, the more its electrical resistance increases.”
“Semiconductor companies have spent billions investing in memristor-free chip designs, and it may not be easy to get them to change, he says.”
“HP Labs researchers have discovered that the "memristor" - a resistor with memory that represents the fourth basic circuit element in electrical engineering - has more capabilities than was previously thought.”
“The concept of a "memristor" -- the name is a portmanteau of "memory" and "transistor" -- has been around since 1971, when it was described in a paper by UC Berkeley professor Leon Chua.”
“The microscopic device, called a memristor, could one day lead to PCs ...”
“The new component is called a memristor, or memory resistor.”
“The microscopic device, called a memristor, could one day lead to PCs that don't need to boot up and music players with more memory and battery life.”
“They will be hybrids, three-dimensional systems in which lower-level circuits will be based on a nanoelectronic technology called the memristor, which Hewlett-Packard is developing to store data.”
“Researchers at HP Labs have proven the existence of a fourth fundamental circuit element in electrical engineering called the memristor -- short for memory resistor.”
“It seems the so-called memristor can behave uncannily like the junctions between neurons in the brain.”
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