Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Of or relating to a device whose operation is based on the Ovshinsky effect.

Etymologies

Ov(shinsky effect) + (electr)onic.
(American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)

Examples

  • The ovonic battery unit develops battery technologies for consumer, stationary and vehicle applications.

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  • BANGALORE Reuters - Energy Conversion Devices said it will divest its ovonic battery unit as the U.S. solar company looks to focus on its key businesses and emerge from its difficult times.

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  • For more information, please visit www. ovonic.com.

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  • The conference call will be webcast live over the Internet and can be accessed in the Investor Relations -- Conference Calls -- section of the company's website at www. ovonic.com.

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  • The conference call will be webcast live over the Internet and can be accessed in the Investor Relations - Conference Calls section of the company's website at www. ovonic.com.

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  • This cell is comprised of one PCM element layered with ovonic threshold switch (OTS) in a true cross-point array, according to the companies.

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  • Headquartered in Michigan, this diverse company structure not only leads with some of the premier innovation in thin film solar, but it's ovonic battery division is well positioned for integration with the very next generation of hybrid, fuel cell and emission free cars.

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  • In demonstrating a verticially integrated memory cell comprising PCM and an ovonic threshold switch, researchers have shown that its possible to use the technologies to build chips that cost less and have higher performance and memory densities than traditional NAND flash memory used in a variety of applications, such as system memory in computers and handheld devices and solid-state drives used as an alternative to storage limitations of today's solid-state drives have been a roadblock to broader use of the technology in data centers, even though SSDs are faster and more reliable than hard drives.

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