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Nanodots Breakthrough May Lead to 'A Library On One Chip'


April 28, 2010

engineering graphic A researcher at North Carolina State University has developed a computer chip that can store an unprecedented amount of data--enough to hold an entire library's worth of information on a single chip. The new chip stems from a breakthrough in the use of nanodots, or nanoscale magnets, and represents a significant advance in computer-memory technology. Full Story

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