Crossbar

Crossbar, Inc. has announced Microsemi as the first licensee for their embedded Resistive RAM (ReRAM) memory technology. ReRAM is one of several up and coming non-volatile memory technologies, and is one of the more promising potential competitors to Intel's 3D XPoint memory. Crossbar has been developing their flavor of ReRAM for years and currently fabricates the memory on a 40nm process at SMIC. They now have a new fab partner that can manufacture ReRAM on a 1x nm process, and it is this capability that has attracted their first major customer. Microsemi has a very broad product catalog, and they aren't ready to reveal what they plan to use ReRAM for. The embedded ReRAM technology from Crossbar will enable Microsemi to add blocks of...

Crossbar's Resistive RAM Technology Reaching Commercialisation Stage

While the first 3D NAND chips have just found their way to the market and most NAND manufacturers are still developing their designs, there are already a handful of...

65 by Kristian Vättö on 12/21/2014

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