Emerging Memory Technologies

  title={Emerging Memory Technologies},
  author={Yuan Xie},
  • Yuan Xie
  • Published 2013
  • Emerging non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies, such as PCRAM and STT-RAM, are getting mature in recent years. These emerging NVM technologies have demonstrated great potentials to be the candidates for future computer memory architecture design. It is important for SoC designers and computer architects to understand the benefits and limitations of such emerging memory technologies, to improve the performance/power/reliability of future memory architectures. This chapter gives a brief… CONTINUE READING

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