High-Speed Non-Volatile Optical Memory: Achievements and Challenges
AbstractWe have proposed, fabricated, and studied a new design of a high-speed optical non-volatile memory. The recoding mechanism of the proposed memory utilizes a magnetization reversal of a nanomagnet by a spin-polarized photocurrent. It was shown experimentally that the operational speed of this memory may be extremely fast above 1 TBit/s. The challenges to realize both a high-speed recording and a high-speed reading are discussed. The memory is compact, integratable, and compatible with present semiconductor technology. If realized, it will advance data processing and computing technology towards a faster operation speed. View Full-Text
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Zayets, V. High-Speed Non-Volatile Optical Memory: Achievements and Challenges. Electronics 2017, 6, 7.
Zayets V. High-Speed Non-Volatile Optical Memory: Achievements and Challenges. Electronics. 2017; 6(1):7.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zayets, Vadym. 2017. "High-Speed Non-Volatile Optical Memory: Achievements and Challenges." Electronics 6, no. 1: 7.
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