Tungsten Telluride used in Chip Background
People have increasingly high-requirements for the performance and speed of data storage devices due to the advancements in computer science. Modern intelligent Internet of Things technology means that the traditional silicon chip cannot meet current needs. The research into new chips to support the development of The Times has been a key area of scientists’ focus. A group of scientists from Stanford University, Texas A&M University, University of California Berkeley, and the University of Texas at Berkeley discovered a new storage chip that replaces silicon chips. This is smaller, denser, quicker, and energy-efficient. Two-dimensional (2D), the new metal chip was made out of single-layer tungsten Telluride (WTe2) but it can store 100x more data than silicon chips.
Tungsten Telluride: Fast Storage
They applied small currents to the tungsten-telluride thin layer structure. It caused its uneven layers to shift in a steady manner relative to even ones. After that, they created a binary storage system using an array of even and odd layers. The data was written and read by the team without interfering. This is due to a quantum property called Bailey curveture. The two-dimensional monolayer, two-dimensional tungsten dioxide is well-known to possess the “ferroelectric Flip” phenomenon. It also happens to be the first known “topological Insulator”.
Comparison of Data Storage Systems in Silicon and Tungsten Telluride
Researchers said that the new system is smaller than other silicon-based systems for data storage and uses less energy. Additionally, data can be written faster than any other technology because the offset happens so rapidly.
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