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PNAS Paper on”Ultrafast Phase-Change Logic Gate Driven By Melting Processes”

• Ultra Fast Computing Possible With New Material- Yahoo! News UK

• Phase-Change Materials Can Make Computers Faster, Greener – Nature World News

• New Method May Lead To Faster, Smaller Computers – The Economic Times

• Ultra Fast Computing Possible With New Material – International Business Times

• Computers 1,000 Times Faster? Quick-Change Materials Break Silicon Speed Limit For Computers – Science Daily

• New ‘phase-change’ devices can make computers 1,000 times faster – Science Alert

• Phase-Change Materials And Correlated Oxides Gain Ground On Silicon For Top Spot In Future Electronics – The American Ceramics Society

• Quick-Change Materials Break The Silicon Speed Limit For Computers – Phys.Org

• Phase Change Memory Lets A Single Bit Act As Different Logic Gates – Ars Technica

• Phase Change Materials Could Enable Energy Efficient Computing – New Electronics

• Now, Get Faster, Smaller, Greener Computers With ‘Phase-Change Materials’ – International Technology

 

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Science Paper on “Breaking The Speed Limits Of Phase-Change Memory”

• Speedier Data Storage – MIT Technology Review

• ‘Atomic Traffic Jam’ Sheds Light On Phase Changes – RSC Chemistry World

• Write Speeds For Phase-Change Memory Reach Record Limits – Ars Technica

• Boosting Phase-Change Memory Write Speeds – Electronic News

• Speedier Data Storage: Improved Phase-Change Devices Could Replace All Forms of Computer Memory – High Beam Business

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APL Paper on “Superlatticelike Dielectric As A Thermal Insulator for Phase-Change Random Access Memory”

• Keeping the heat on – A*STAR Research

• Better insulation makes phase-change memory work faster, more efficiently – Phys.Org

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ACS AMI Paper on “Design of a Nanoscale, CMOS-Integrable, Thermal-Guiding Structure for Boolean-Logic and Neuromorphic Computation”

• Scientists Design New Heat-Guiding Device That Is Thinner Than Hair – Technology.Org

• Researchers Design New Heat-Guiding Device That Is Thinner Than Hair – Nanowerk