Transparent, Flexible 3D Memory Chips Could Replace Flash

First rumors about the demise of flash surfaces as early as 2004 when there was speculation that MRAM, OUM, PRAM or nanocrystal-supported flash would replace flash memory chips beyond the 32 nm scale by 2009. Despite the fact that flash is still going strong even in 2012, researchers believe they have identified a new technology that will replace flash someday: Transparent, flexible 3D memory chips. Read entire article