high-K capacitor

high-K capacitor

[′hī ‚kā kə′pas·əd·ər]
(electricity)
A capacitor whose dielectric material is a ferroelectric having a high dielectric constant, up to about 6000.
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with an INSIGHT Award for the Best Process Technology Innovation of the Year in a Semiconductor Product for their groundbreaking use of a high-k capacitor dielectric in their DRAM process.
Although high-k capacitor dielectrics have been reported in the literature for many years, Hitachi is the first company to take it out of the laboratory and use it in a high density, high volume product -- a milestone demonstrating the ability to manufacture.
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