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Thursday, 10 November 2011
Most memory modules are not flexible, in which the modules are embedded on a solid and fix surface, and attempts to twist or turn the memory module might damage the onboard data storage modules. Well, inflexible memory modules might be a thing of the past, as the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has just recently unveiled their technological marvel, which enables their memory modules to be extremely flexible.

Basically, KAIST has devised a memory module that is fixed inside a flexible substrate, and whenever the memory module is bent near each other, the transistors will not interface with one another, and there will not be any electo-radiation generated in the process that would jam the functionality of the memory modules. Generally, the flexible RRAM behaves just like the flash memory that we see today, except that it’s ultra-flexible.

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