This service is currently in private beta. Please contact us if you would like an invitation.
The world's first memristor array web service! Download our Java HTTP Client and be up and running with memristor experiments in only a few minutes. Ideal for students, professors and innovators interested in investigating memristor computation, especially as a reference for those working on their own experimental test and measurement setups.
Our memristor servers are built on the "unit crossbar" approach detailed in Alex's blog post. This architecture enables devices from multiple arrays to be coupled and driven together. Bidirectional pulses of variable width and amplitude can be applied to selected devices and the resistance, conductance, current or sense voltage read out.
Access is granted in "unit-week" blocks, where a "unit" consists of multiple array of various sizes. For example, an (8x8)x4 unit is comprised of four 8x8 crossbars. Access is granted in one-week (7 day) multiples. You can specify a start date up to 2 weeks from the date of purchase. Following your purchase and before the start date, you will be emailed login credentials and provided access to a single small array on a shared unit that can be used for initial setup testing prior to the start date.
Arrays from units co-located on the same server can be coupled together, with a maximum of twelve units per server. Arrays on units are coupled to common drive electrodes via analog switches (multiplexers), limiting the number of arrays or devices that can be selected at any given time. Physical usage limits (voltage and series resistance) are placed on arrays to prevent accidental damage and to insure high cycling endurance.
More information on our memristor servers and reference Java HTTP Client can be found at GitHub.
|Unit Name||# Arrays||# Memristors||Max selected devices per unit|
|(2x2) x 16||16||64||4|
|(4x4) x 8||8||128||4|
|(8x8) x 4||4||256||4|
|(16x16) x 2||2||512||4|