The Solar Memory is a Quantum-Optical AtomChip non-volatile
RAM (SNvIOpRAM), which uses electricity from a special Solar battery
to record and read information. The electricity output, which the Memory chip used from
Solar battery is very small. For instance,
exposing the Solar battery to sunlight for ten minutes allows the chip to work for twenty-four hours. Signal
for recording and reading
are send to the chip by a laser beam and can control the chip from a very big distance. The Solar Memory is intended
for memorization of an image, which
is projected directly onto the chip surface at a distance of up to four inches or trough an independed
optical system at large distances. The information can be read using
digital electric signals from pinouts or directly from the chip surface.
The Solar Memory has several designs from 512GB to 2TB per one chip.