Stanford team combines logic, memory to build a ‘high-rise’ chip

Today circuit cards are like cities in which logic chips compute and memory chips store data. When the computer gets busy, the wires connecting logic and memory get jammed. The Stanford approach would build layers of logic atop layers of memory to create tightly interconnected high-rise chips. Many thousands of nanoscale electronic ‘elevators’ would move data between the layers faster, using less electricity, than the bottle-neck prone wires connecting single-story logic and memory chips today. —> Read More Here


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