imitation game movie

Chuck Guzis cclist at
Wed Feb 11 13:20:26 CST 2015

On 02/11/2015 10:51 AM, Jon Elson wrote:

> I never understood why bubble memory didn't continue to progress. Vertical
> Bloch line memory might have eventually developed to the capacity of
> modern flash memories, and probably not had the wear-out problem.
> They never would have reached the read performance of flash, but might
> have kept up with the write performance.

Bulky, power-hungry and expensive, mostly--and slow random-access, as it 
was recirculating.

On the other hand, the only thing that seems to be holding MRAM and FRAM 
back is density.  TI is aggressively marketing MSP430 MCUs with embedded 


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