Metallic Nanoparticles can Protect DRAM Cells from Each Other

Published: 4/09/2018
Metallic Nanoparticles can Protect DRAM Cells from Each Other
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As DRAM cells continues to shrink and frequencies rise, individual memory cells have become more vulnerable to interference from neighboring cells. So called "row hammer" errors arise in cells adjacent to rows of repeatedly accessed memory, leading to data corruption and, in some cases, potential exploit paths. While manufacturers have implemented workarounds to mitigate the issue over the last

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