A new breakthrough memory technology that could boost AI is about to go mainstream: rivals meet at major event to discuss IGZO DRAM as in-memory computing computers that move one step closer to reality

Researchers are experimenting with a number of different forms of memory that may be better suited to AI, with indium gallium zinc oxide (IGZO) being the latest to gain attention.

IGZO-based 2-transistor 1-capacitor (2T1C) technology is typically found in displays, but research organization imec has identified its potential for Analogue In-Memory Computing (AIMC).