Monthly Archive: January 2013

Jan 28

Opportunity: NVM Memory Architect (Flash, CBRAM, OTP) Paris, France

Recruiter: IC Resources Ltd Posted: 24 January 2013 Ref: J20821 Contact: David Dixon Locatio: Paris Job Function: Research & Development Specialist Area: Analogue Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time Salary: Salary upon experience + benefits Apply now Further information Excellent opportunity for an NVM Memory Architect to join leading semiconductor operation based …

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Jan 23

IBM’s MIEC AD

There has been lots of talk recently about IBM’s two terminal access device (AD) developed for PCRAM and ReRAM based on MIEC (Mixed Electronic Ionic Conduction). With a highly non-linear IV characteristic (far more non-linear than a pn diode for example), it has been attracting a lot of attention for BEOL memory. It appears to …

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Jan 15

The View from HP: Part 2

Three authors with strong links to HP (they have all worked at HP but two have moved on) have recently published a thorough review of ReRAM and CBRAM materials and mechanisms*. The article appeared in Nature Nanotechnology and a colleague was kind enough to alert me to the paper and supplementary material (which alone has …

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Jan 11

Opportunity: Senior Materials Development Engineer, Adesto Technologies

Description: Adesto Technologies is seeking a thin films process development engineer to drive new materials development on an R&D sputter deposition tool to support the introduction and commercialization of a novel BEOL alternate memory technology. Location: Sunnyvale, CA 94089 Responsibilities: The successful candidate will have the following responsibilities: – Primary owner for the R&D sputter …

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Jan 07

Nantero

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Nantero have been in the news recently following their successfully $10M Series D round of financing. Nantero was started in 2001 by three co-founders from Harvard University and Reed College. It was good to hear the company was still in business as they have, as far as I know, a unique approach to next generation …

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Jan 03

Happy New Year and Some Crystal Ball Gazing

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Admittedly rather dusty and rusty after not being used since early 1999 for a panel discussion looking at the prospects for 25nm lithography at the SPIE Microlithography* conference, I found it at the back of my wardrobe. So I thought maybe it would work better this time if I restricted the search to the next …

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