For over 7 years IBM has been finding Racetrack storage with the hope of increasing the technology to create quicker, littler and more sufficient chips to save information. Now, the company has declared a chief breakthrough.
At the IEEE International Electron Machines meeting this week, IBM freed a prototype Racetrack chip that it improved utilizing the standard chip making function. Incorporating with CMOS on 200mm diameter wafers, IBM’s chip was established to read, write and save information on an array of 256 in-plane, magnetised horizontal racetracks.
The fresh technology means that high capacity chips with the velocity and durability of flash memory could extends a revolutionary path to save information and substitute traditional flash memory, which is recently utilized in everything SD cards to iPhones.