​​NTU and German scientists turn memory chips into processors to speed up computing tasks

Published on : 05-Jan-2017

NTU scientists have developed a way to turn one of the fastest memory chips in the market into a computer processor. This means that devices in future can become even thinner, smaller, yet faster, as the memory chip can also process data efficiently. Developed and tested together with German scientists, this innovation is considered a breakthrough, as it trumps existing processors using the conventional binary system in terms of speed and efficiency.

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