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NANO RAM

CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
HISTORY
CARBON NANOTUBE
STORAGE IN NRAM
ADVANTAGES
LIMITATIONS
USES OF NRAM
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
Introduction
Product of Nanotechnology

Non volatile memory

Faster & denser

Large Data storage

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History
Nanotechnology since 1960s

NRAM by Nantero (Dr.Thomas Rueckes)

Carbon nanotube
CARBON NANOTUBES

 Developed by Sumio Iijima

 An implementation nanotechnology

 Active memory element


CARBON NANOTUBES
CARBON NANOTUBES
 Advantages
 Very small in size.
 Low power consumption

 Disadvantage
 High cost
 Requirement of high precision
 Occurrence of impurities
STORAGE IN NRAM
 By positioning of charges.

 Data retained until overwritten or resetted.

 An electric field moves over array of

nanotubes.
 Read and write by an electric field
STORAGE IN NRAM
ADVANTAGES
Faster & denser

Low power consumption

Data storage

Boot up
LIMITATIONS
Over supply of DRAM

Is relatively costly

NRAM is still in research phase


USES OF NRAM
 Flash memories into camera and cell

phone
 High speed network server

 Instant booting

 Faster and denser


CONCLUSION
 We could say that the prospects of
nanotechnology are very bright.

 Nanotechnology will be an undeniable


force in near future

 Beginning &usage of NRAM will give rise to


instant ON computers
REFERENCES
 10 Emerging technologies – MIT technology

review

 Nano Engineered Memory solutions-IEEE

journal

 10 tech companies for next 10 years-IEEE

spectrum