Toshiba Corp. said Tuesday it has developed a new chip that features the world’s fastest operating speed and highest density.

The Ferroelectric Random Access Memory, or FeRAM, device has a 64-megabit storage capacity and can read and write 200 megabytes per second. It is “the most advanced combination of performance and density yet achieved,” the company said.

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