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Jumping Jack Flash Memory

3D Flash and Beyond

In this week’s Fish Fry, we’re exploring everyone’s favorite non-volatile memory technology: flash. (And not just any old kind of flash!) Scott Nelson from Toshiba gives us the scoop on a new 3D flash memory technology. We discuss the advantages of 3D flash memory and look at how 3D flash memory will change how we use memory technology in the future. Keeping with our 3D theme, we also check out a new 3D printing technique developed at Northwestern University that aims to make metallic 3D printing cheaper, faster, and more robust than ever before.

 

 

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Links for January 15, 2016 

More information about Toshiba’s 3D Flash Memory 

Metallic Architectures from 3D-Printed Powder-Based Liquid Inks (Research Paper)

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