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[Techspot] NEC Develops memory that stores data without using power

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NEC and Tohoku University have announced the development of the world's first Content Addressable Memory (CAM) that maintains the same high operation speed and non-volatile operation as existing circuits when processing and storing data on a circuit while the power is off. The technology could one day be used to build electronics that start instantly and consume zero electricity while in standby mode.
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Talk about battery longevity.

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Nice find!
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great finding man!
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i wonder what the speed of this memory is and how well would it do in the long run?
    
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We hear about new memory technologies ALL the time that are supposed to be game changers that revolutionize the entire industry. When is that gonna happen again?
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