New Class of Electrically Driven Optical Nonvolatile Memory

A new technical paper titled "Electrical Programmable Multi-Level Non-volatile Photonic Random-Access Memory" was published by researchers at George Washington University, Optelligence, MIT, and the University of Central Florida. Researchers demonstrate "a multi-state electrically-programmed low-loss non-volatile photonic memory based on a broadband transparent phase change material (Ge2Sb2S... » read more

End to End System Design for DRAM-based TRNG

Research paper titled "DR-STRaNGe: End-to-End System Design for DRAM-based True Random Number Generators" is presented from researchers at TOBB University of Economics and Technology and ETH Zurich. Abstract "Random number generation is an important task in a wide variety of critical applications including cryptographic algorithms, scientific simulations, and industrial testing tools. True ... » read more