Multi-state data storage leaving binary behind

Electronic data is being produced at a breath-taking rate. Around ten zettabytes (ten trillion gigabytes) of data is stored in global server farms, and that’s doubling every two years. With computing already consuming 8% of global electricity, low-energy data-storage is a key priority. Next-generation ‘multi-state’ memory offers a highly energy efficient, low-cost, fast-access solution: stepping ‘beyond binary’ to store more data than just zeros and ones.

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Multi-state data storage leaving binary behind

Electronic data is being produced at a breath-taking rate. Around ten zettabytes (ten trillion gigabytes) of data is stored in global server farms, and that’s doubling every two years. With computing already consuming 8% of global electricity, low-energy data-storage is a key priority. Next-generation ‘multi-state’ memory offers a highly energy efficient, low-cost, fast-access solution: stepping ‘beyond binary’ to store more data than just zeros and ones.

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Story added 12. October 2020, content source with full text you can find at link above.


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