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'[TECH] Memristor: Proof of fourth basic circuit el'
2010\04\09@000238 by Vitaliy

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www.hpl.hp.com/news/2008/apr-jun/memristor.html

Researchers at HP Labs have solved a decades-old mystery by proving the
existence of a fourth basic element in integrated circuits that could make
it possible to develop computers that turn on and off like an electric
light.

The memristor - short for memory resistor - could make it possible to
develop far more energy-efficient computing systems with memories that
retain information even after the power is off, so there's no wait for the
system to boot up after turning the computer on. It may even be possible to
create systems with some of the pattern-matching abilities of the human
brain.

2010\04\09@002636 by William \Chops\ Westfield

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On Apr 8, 2010, at 9:01 PM, Vitaliy wrote:

> http://www.hpl.hp.com/news/2008/apr-jun/memristor.html
>
> Researchers at HP Labs have solved a decades-old mystery by proving  
> the
> existence of a fourth basic element in integrated circuits

> The memristor

That's rather old news.  Did you mean to post the link to today's  
update?

http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press/2010/100408xa.html?mtxs=rss-corp-news

BillW


2010\04\09@012219 by Vitaliy

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William "Chops" Westfield wrote:
>> The memristor
>
> That's rather old news.  Did you mean to post the link to today's
> update?
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> http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press/2010/100408xa.html?mtxs=rss-corp-news

Yes, thank you.


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