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T-rays will 'speed up' computer memory by a factor of 1000

(Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology) Scientists have demonstrated the viability of an alternative remagnetization technique that could be used in ultrafast computer memory, instead of the conventional method that relies on external magnetic fields.Their experiment showed that pulses of terahertz radiation can "switch" memory cells several thousand times faster than the conventionally used technique.
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