DEVELOPMENT OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND TECHNIQUES FOR MASS MEMORY.
Final technical rept. 1 May 65-30 Apr 66,
LABORATORY FOR ELECTRONICS INC BOSTON MA
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The general purpose of this project is to develop the manufacturing processes and the techniques applicable to the production of solid state random access mass memory systems with storage capacities up to 10 to the 8th power bits. The batch fabrication of memory planes has been brought from the experimental stage to the pilot manufacturing stage. The fabrication process is well enough understood and under adequate control to allow fabrication of 4096 bit planes with acceptable yield. Fabrication of 256 x 256 planes on a pilot basis has begun and initial results indicate that these planes will soon be produced in usable quantities. Author
- Computer Hardware
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering and Control of Production Systems