Review on Physically Flexible Nonvolatile Memory for Internet of Everything Electronics

  title={Review on Physically Flexible Nonvolatile Memory for Internet of Everything Electronics},
  author={Mohamed T. Ghoneim and Muhammad. M. Hussain},
Solid-state memory is an essential component of the digital age. With advancements in healthcare technology and the Internet of Things (IoT), the demand for ultra-dense, ultra-low-power memory is increasing. In this review, we present a comprehensive perspective on the most notable approaches to the fabrication of physically flexible memory devices. With the future goal of replacing traditional mechanical hard disks with solid-state storage devices, a fully flexible electronic system will need… 

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