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Hello people!

 

Today I have an interesting and cool topic about spintronic technology. Spintronics would be a technology that use the spin and charge of electrons and particles in order to perform computing and storage functions. Spintronic computers would be much faster, smaller, lighter and would consume less power than today electron charge based silicon computers. Electrons spin could be down(0) and up(1). In other words Spintronics would use the spin up and down properties of electrons to do computing tasks.

 

I think that today charge based electronics will someday become obsolete (partly due to the limits of transistor shrinking) and spintronics could be the closest candidate to revive Moore's Law and make computers more powerful.

 

Unlike today devices which needs different devices for each function(processing , memory and storage) a single spintronic chip would be its own computer and would perform all three functions in a single "organ". Using the same component for processor and memory will dramatically improve computers speed , size and energy consumption.

 

https://phys.org/news/2015-02-silicon-semiconductor-spintronics-reality.html

 

 


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I like it!






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