MIT’s new 3D chip design could be the key to powerful edge computing

 MIT researchers have developed a new 3D chip fabrication method that uses carbon nanotubes and resistive random-access memory (RRAM) cells together to create a combined nanoelectronic processor design that supports complex, 3D architecture – where traditional silicon-based chip fabrication works with 2D structures only. The 3D design is possible because these carbon nanotube circuits… Read More

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