by The Silver Institute, Gold Silver Worlds:
Silver-Based Memory Devices May Replace Flash Drives
You may not have heard the acronym ReRAM, but you will soon. Resistive Random Access Memory or ReRAMs (sometimes written as RRAMs) operate like tiny battery cells and store data through changes in the electrical resistance of the cell. The presence or absence of an electrical charge can be used
to store bits of information. Although there are different types of ReRAMs, those using silver ions show excellent promise, according to industry officials.
This burgeoning technology for storing information will eventually replace flash memory – used in thumb drives and many notebooks. Currently, all tablets and smartphones use flash memory, but that too will change in coming years as ReRAMs take their place.
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