IBM and Samsung have developed 11-nm STTMRAM memory

This month, IBM celebrated the 20th anniversary of the development of magnetoresistive random access memory with random access (MRAM). Initially, the goal was set in the control cell by means of an electromagnetic field. The project is now transformed into the development of memory cells recording information by using the transfer torque of the spin electron. This type of memory has received the name of STTMRAM (spin-transfertorqueMRAM).
Continue reading “IBM and Samsung have developed 11-nm STTMRAM memory”

The Chinese are Chinese: how Asian producers have moved away from the production of “clones” of Apple and Samsung

Until 2015, Chinese manufacturers actively adopt the style of the two recognized leaders of the smartphone market – Apple and Samsung. The first “got it” more often and stronger: almost every self-respecting company from China was their duty to steal at least some element of the design of the current model iPhone. Samsung, however, also often suffered from fans honestly like to borrow design elements and exterior or that the Korean. In the past year the situation has changed – not drastically, but still noticeable. Now young and hot Chinese manufacturers are looking for inspiration not only in the products of the Korean and American manufacturers, but also in the products of their own colleagues-competitors of Chinese companies.



Continue reading “The Chinese are Chinese: how Asian producers have moved away from the production of “clones” of Apple and Samsung”