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A joint effort by four universities looks to harness the spin of electrons for next chip breakthroughs.
The firm is planning new ways to increase chip speed. Could "spintronics" replace silicon-based technology?
The tech company and the university announce a joint research effort into spintronics, a technology that one day may yield computers that start working as soon as the power comes on.
There's no sitting tight in the world of semiconductor design. IBM and Stanford University, for instance, are digging deeper into the esoteric field of spintronics, while a start-up says its processor can learn as it goes.