transistor memory

transistor memory

[tran′zis·tər ‚mem·rē]
(computer science)
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In 2002, he co-founded Innovative Silicon, developing a new floating-body single transistor memory technology.
Top Z-RAM Technologist Driving the Next Frontier in Ultra-Dense, Single Transistor Memory Technology
For years, companies have been struggling to commercialize the benefits of floating body memory, which promises a true single transistor memory cell - the smallest, densest, and fastest type of memory possible.
Z-RAM's one transistor memory bitcell is made possible by harnessing the Floating Body Effect (FBE) found in circuits fabricated using SOI (silicon-on-insulator) wafers.
In 2002 he co-founded Innovative Silicon, developing a new SOI single transistor memory technology.
In leading-edge process geometries, 1T-SRAM can lower standby power and help avoid the increasing bitcell leakage of six transistor memory designs for the very demanding requirements of next generation cellular designs and other mobile products.
With ESP-CV, the three companies achieved higher functional coverage and reduced the amount of time required to verify certain elements within their designs including multi-million transistor memory blocks.
In addition, the reduced chip size increases production yield compared to using traditional six transistor memory, often by over 20%.