Electrodeposition is the process of coating surfaces using electrochemical reactions, for example to prevent corrosion, improve aesthetics, or create an electronically conductive surface. Current standard methods for electrodeposition are resource-intensive and costly. This technology solves these problems, enabling nanoscale-thin electrodeposition on a variety of surfaces.
It is becoming more difficult to increase computing speed, but a solution to this that is gaining great interest is computing “in-memory” – processing within memory arrays rather than separate processing arrays. Even within in-memory computing, new solutions are required to process faster. This technology is a way to perform a classic computer operation (XOR) faster in-memory.
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