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Another look at the potential of memristors…

memristor.jpgThis week, I was listening to the Security Now podcast, and Steve Gibson (@sggrc - the host) went off on a discussion on the potential of memristor or RRam technology (episode 466 – search for memristor in the notes).

 

HP’s current focus on taking advantage of this potential is something I blogged about in ‘The machine’ video.

 

It was interesting to hear his perspective about the capabilities (this post is a few years old but gets the point across from my perspective).

Comments
msmith | ‎08-13-2014 04:36 PM

How long do you think a memristor based solution will be available commercailly?

| ‎08-15-2014 04:02 PM

I actually can't say, but I would look for commercially viable solutions in the next few years. They will likely start out in a specialized section of the market (like most innovations) before they move to the consumer market, but we'll see.

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