Overview of candidate device technologies for storage-class memory

  title={Overview of candidate device technologies for storage-class memory},
  author={Geoffrey W. Burr and B{\"u}lent N. Kurdi and J. Campbell Scott and Chung Hon Lam and Kailash Gopalakrishnan and Rohit S. Shenoy},
  journal={IBM Journal of Research and Development},
Storage-class memory (SCM) combines the benefits of a solidstate memory, such as high performance and robustness, with the archival capabilities and low cost of conventional hard-disk magnetic storage. Such a device would require a solid-state nonvolatile memory technology that could be manufactured at an extremely high effective areal density using some combination of sublithographic patterning techniques, multiple bits per cell, and multiple layers of devices. We review the candidate solid… CONTINUE READING
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