An electromechanical diode nonvolatile memory cell design is proposed for implementation of compact $(hbox{4F}^{2})$ cross-point memory arrays. The first prototype cells are demonstrated to operate with relatively low set/reset voltages and excellent retention characteristics and are multi-time programmable (with endurance exceeding $hbox{10}^{4}$ set/reset cycles).

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