ReRAM – Resistive random-access memory


Resistive random-access memory (ReRAM) is a promising new technology. A number of different companies are developing this new technology. Resistive Random Access Memory (RRAM/ReRAM) is a new type of memory designed to be non-volatile. ReRAM  has a great potential for high storage density, greater read and write speeds, lower power usage, and cheaper cost than flash memory. Due to limits of the materials flash memory Flash memory cannot continue to scale and will be replace by ReRam devices. More detailed information can be found here.


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Author: juliusw3

Hi my name is Julius I have over 18 years of experience working in information technology, My niche specialty is data storage systems and backup and recovery. I’ve most recently worked as a Backup and Recovery Administrator managing complex backup environments and storage systems.

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