HP's Memristor tech - better than flash? • The Register: "Memristor technology to equal the switching speed and endurance shown by current NAND flash cells.
The Memristor or memory resistor is said to be a fundamental electrical circuit element, along with the resistor, capacitor and inductor. Its electrical state remains unaltered between a device being switched on and off - just like flash memory, for which it is a follow-on candidate. In this it competes with Phase-Change Memory (PCM)
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