A team of researchers has claimed to have created the first optical memory chip that would permanently store data and would fasten the processors by 50 to 100 times.
ou think your computer is fast? Think again. The current generation of computers operates with silicon-based electronic devices that use electrons as a carrier of the information. Well, except the likes of the that use the physics of quantum mechanics at its core, most of the world’s computing and memory chips use the conventional VLSI/ULSI set ups.