NRAM seminar Report

RAM (random access memory) is the main storage device in computer and other electronic devices. The speed of the computer and other devices mainly depends on speed and size the RAM. By generations RAM also had under gone many changes. Some of the versions of RAMís which are in use are DRAM, SRAM and FLASH MEMORY. DRAM (dynamic RAM) although has a capability to hold large amounts of data it is slower and volatile. SRAM (static RAM) even superior to DRAM in speed but less dense. Even this is volatile in nature. Overcoming the volatile nature of these two, FLASH MEMORY is the latest of today random access memories. Even this fails in power saving. RAM has lot of problems and difficulties so scientists developed a new RAM which unlike the semiconductor technology alone used by the former, uses a combination of 'Nano technology' and 'Semiconductor technology' and is given the name NRAM.

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