Tech Talk: Cryogenic DRAM

What happens when you use DRAM at extremely low temperatures?


Rambus Chief Scientist Craig Hampel talks with Semiconductor Engineering about quantum computing and the power/performance benefits of running DRAM at extremely low temperatures.


Janice says:

Big thank you for this interview, Ed. When I first heard about this, I found it counter-intuitive. Surely electrons would slow down. How could it work? Loved the interview and your questions. Very “cool” stuff in more ways than K.

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