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Electronics Production | December 15, 2010

The smallest microchip at only 9 nanometres

Taiwanese researchers from the Taiwan’s National Applied Research Laboratories claim to have developed the world's smallest memory chip at a mere 9 nanometres.
The resistive random access memory (RRAM) features patterns measuring 9 nanometers and holds 20 times more information than the flash memory cards used in most cameras and cell phones. It also needs just 0.005% of the electricity used in standard products.

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