The basics of phase change memory (PCM) technology
Phase Change Memory (PCM) is a term used to describe a class of non-volatile memory devices that employ a reversible phase change in materials to store information. Matter can exist in various phases such as solid, liquid, gas, condensate and plasma. PCM exploits differences in the electrical resistivity of a material in different phases. This paper describes the basic technology and capabilities of PCM.
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