Toshiba Develops World's Fastest And Largest Non-Volatile RAM

The accomplishment also set a new millstone in non-volatile RAM development by breaking its own record of 32-megabit density and 200-megabit data transfers, pushing performance and density to eight times faster than previous records of any non-volatile RAM.

The key advantage in FeRam is not only excel in term of performance, the non-volatile RAM protects data even in the absence of power, and is incredible durable than conventional flash memory.

Toshiba also revealed future FeRAM development to further increase capacity and deployment in a wide range of application for laptops, mobile phones to SSD storages.