IBM Creates Revolutionary Memory

IBM Racetrack Memory
IBM Racetrack Memory
IBM Racetrack Memory

IBM’s theorized ‘Racetrack’ memory system had its physics recently validated, moving this revolutionary design one step closer to production. The memory chips automatically move data to where it can be used, allowing for more storage in a smaller package. Once out of development, these chips will allow laptops, smartphones and other mobile devices a considerable amount more memory while keeping them even smaller.

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