Monthly Archive: May 2012

May 30

Integrating CBRAM

Integrating CBRAM

Today’s main stream NVM technologies for both discrete and embedded applications require operational conditions that are incompatible with modern low voltage logic CMOS designs. One of the promising technologies being developed for next generation non-volatile memory is the Conductive Bridging Random Access Memory (CBRAM) which utilizes the reversible switching of an electro-resistive dielectric between two …

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May 21

Why now?

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A good question! Why are we starting this Blog dedicated to all things related to ReRAM and CBRAM in Q2 of 2012? There is already lots of stuff out there that can be found on emerging memory technologies and resistive or conductive memory elements. However, frankly it is all over the place and there seems …

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May 20

Welcome to the CBRAM/RRAM Blog!

Welcome to the CBRAM/RRAM Blog!

We are starting this Blog as a home for articles and discussion related to memory technology based primarily on resistive change (commonly known as RRAM or ReRAM) and conductive bridge (commonly referred to as CBRAM). We are open to anyone actively interested or working in the field. It is timely as RRAM/CBRAM are rapidly gaining …

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