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World's first reading of digitally encoded synthetic molecules

World's first reading of digitally encoded synthetic molecules
For the first time ever, using mass spectrometry, researchers have successfully read several bytes of data recorded on a molecular scale using synthetic polymers. Their work, conducted under the aegis of the Institut Charles Sadron (CNRS) in Strasbourg and the Institute of Radical Chemistry (CNRS / Aix-Marseille University), sets a new benchmark for the amount of data - stored as a sequence of molecular units (monomers) - that may be read using this routine method.
19th October 2017

Magnetic particles enable alternative form of data storage

Magnetic particles enable alternative form of data storage
Research has shown that an exotic kind of magnetic behaviour discovered just a few years ago holds great promise as a way of storing data — one that could overcome fundamental limits that might otherwise be signalling the end of “Moore’s Law,” which describes the ongoing improvements in computation and data storage over recent decades.
3rd October 2017

Making it easier to find memory chips in a company's product lineup

Alliance Memory is making it easier for its customers to find any DRAM memory chip in its extensive offering - including scarce allocated devices and uncommon packages and densities - with a new website that shows part inventories at worldwide distributors such as Avnet, Digi-Key, Future, and Mouser.
25th September 2017


Memory and data exchange system performs in harsh environments

Memory and data exchange system performs in harsh environments
The Memory Division of Kaman Precision Products, a designer and manufacturer of digital storage systems and media for military and aerospace applications, has announced the AMADEUS – the Advanced Memory and Data Exchange Universal System. The AMADEUS includes the Model 9740 Multi-Port data transfer unit which includes four removable memory cards (RMC) and a mini-Ground Station Adapter (GSA).
18th September 2017

1TB hard disk drive for mobile client storage applications

1TB hard disk drive for mobile client storage applications
  Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced its new MQ04 Series 1TB HDD, which is compatible with notebook PCs, game systems, all-in-one slim-line desktop systems, set-top box appliances and other applications requiring high capacity and durable storage. The MQ04 series single-disk model delivers 1TB of data storage capacity in an ultra-compact 2.5", 7mm height form factor.
13th September 2017

Viking Technology memories climb aboard at Digi-Key

Viking Technology memories climb aboard at Digi-Key
A portfolio of advanced memory technologies from Viking Technology is available for immediate shipment worldwide from Digi-Key Electronics. Viking Technology is a global supplier of Non-Volatile Memory, Solid State Drives (SSD), DRAM modules, high density stacking solutions, and custom memory engineering.
13th September 2017

Low-voltage SuperFlash memory improves power consumption

Low-voltage SuperFlash memory improves power consumption
The new 1.8V Serial Quad I/O SuperFlash memory device has been announced by Microchip. The SST26WF064C, a low-voltage 64-Megabit device, combines Dual Transfer Rate (DTR) with proprietary SuperFlash NOR Flash technology, making it suitable for wireless and battery-powered applications. 
7th September 2017

M.2 2280 NVMe SSDs support industrial applications

M.2 2280 NVMe SSDs support industrial applications
ATP has debuted its first NVMe based M.2 2280 SSD offering twice the performance of SATA-based SSDs. This newest generation SSD is designed to meet the storage demand of I/O intensive data processing and low latency requirement for industrial and mission critical applications, including surveillance, medical imaging, and many network- storage systems with fast caching requirement.
4th September 2017

Water resistant microSD card unveiled at IFA Berlin

Water resistant microSD card unveiled at IFA Berlin
The European availability of a new microSD UHS-I card has been announced by Toshiba Electronics Europe. This card has a read speed of up to R100 MB/s, which the company claims to be the highest speed rate reached in this entry level category. The microSD M203 card is shock proof, water resistant and x-ray proof.
4th September 2017

Compact USB flash drives on display at IFA 2017

Compact USB flash drives on display at IFA 2017
The European launch of two new families of TransMemory USB 3.0 Super Speed Flash drives with drive capacities of up to 128GB and maximum read speeds of 120MB/s has been announced by Toshiba Electronics Europe. The TransMemory U363 Flash drives feature a sleek, brushed metal body, pairing well with design-conscious notebook PCs. With a maximum read speed of 120MB/s, the TransMemory U363 makes good use of its USB 3.0 connection. This 6g device, including a keyring attachment, will be available in drive capacities of 32, 64 and 128GB.
31st August 2017


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