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Information technology company IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced on Thursday that its researchers have revealed a previously unknown new memory, Racetrack memory.
Parkin said that racetrack memory would combine the low cost of a hard drive with the reliability and speed of RAM in a single solid-state device.
In time, the chaps at IBM think they can engineer three-dimensional racetrack memory that will be even faster and cheaper.