Monday, April 30, 2018
Antiferromagnetic memories allow higher data volume and faster write speed.
professor Jairo Sinova, head of the "Interdisciplinary Spintronics Research" group at JGU. "This is extremely fast with frequencies in the terahertz range. At present, this speed must be reduced for processing in computers or televisions, where data is processed and stored electrically at speeds of several hundred gigahertz. The antiferromagnetic memories are now able to work directly with the data in the terahertz range for the first time". With this technology, the signal on the device no longer needs to be slowed down, but can also be processed on the computer or TV at terahertz speed.