Hello folks, i am Sushil here and i am back with another exciting topic . Probably the next biggest development that would be taking place in the desktop industry.
Yes , and as we know that development and the scope of this desktop industry is immense that has covered the whole world. we have RAMs,FLASH DRIVES and MOTHERBOARDS as the basic and important components of a basic desktop pc setup.
Now i am going to concentrate on a particular part of this setup which could be replaced or can be added to this setup for this time.
This is called as the memristor in the current desktop industry and has been gaining a lot of attention this could be the future of your pc’s hardware.
What is it? As its name implies, the memristor can “remember” how much current has passed through it. And by alternating the amount of current that passes through it, a memristor can also become a one-element circuit component with unique properties. Most notably, it can save its electronic state even when the current is turned off, making it a great candidate to replace today’s flash memory.
Memristors will theoretically be cheaper and far faster than flash memory, and allow far greater memory densities. They could also replace RAM chips as we know them, so that, after you turn off your computer, it will remember exactly what it was doing when you turn it back on, and return to work instantly. This lowering of cost and consolidating of components may lead to affordable, solid-state computers that fit in your pocket and run many times faster than today’s PCs.
Someday the memristor could spawn a whole new type of computer, thanks to its ability to remember a range of electrical states rather than the simplistic “on” and “off” states that today’s digital processors recognize. By working with a dynamic range of data states in an analog mode, memristor-based computers could be capable of far more complex tasks than just shuttling ones and zeroes around.
This is the basic construction and structural diagram of a memristor.
This is the way that we can make use of these circuits and then can have it to be run in our desktops. This is however not compatible with the current system and the components that we use.
As for memristor-based analog computers, that step may take 20-plus years.
So, let me know how is the idea of implementing of this as an idea of for the desktop industry.and do share your ideas in the comment section and share this topic if you like it.