Tag Archive: IBM

Feb 05

Part 2 of the Crystal Ball

In part 1, I gazed into the smaller company crystal ball gathering dust in my office. This time, I’ve dusted the larger version…. In terms of the memory manufacturers, 2014 was notable for the silence from…….

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Dec 19

Access/Select Devices at IEDM

It’s IEDM week and from my position on the other side of the Pond (i.e. I’m not at the conference), it’s clear that interest in ReRAM and CBRAM continues. However, this year there are more papers focussing on the access device suitable for use in next generation memory. This actually makes a lot of sense because…..

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May 28

Patent Landscape by Blaise Mouttet

Blaise Mouttet is an interesting guy who runs a nanotech blog focused on IP  including ReRAM. He has just updated his study on US patents related to Resistance Switching Materials and Devices.

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Feb 27

Discover our new Patent Landscape on Emerging Non-Volatile Memories

From Nicolas Baron, Co-founder and CEO, KnowMade, France. The integration limit of flash memories is approaching, and emerging Non-Volatile Memories (eNVM) to replace conventional Flash Memories have been proposed.

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Sep 11

3D and the Flash Memory Summit

Samsung VNAND

I had an interesting chat with David Eggleston, Principal, Intuitive Cognition Consulting*, about last month’s Flash Memory Summit (FMS) in Santa Clara, CA. Dave organized

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May 20

IMW 2013

IMW2013

The International Memory Workshop (IMW 2013) takes place this week in Monterey CA*. This is 5th IMW although the conference can trace its roots through the Non-Volatile Semiconductor Memory Workshops back to 1976. Spread over three days, the conference has some 53 presentations

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Feb 26

IBM’s MIEC part 2

MIEC

IBM’s MIEC is about as close to a “perfect” diode as I have ever seen. What’s more it has been successfully integrated into a volume semiconductor manufacturing process flow! As we described a couple of weeks ago it has an enormous on-off ratio and appears capable of the high current levels needed for PCRAM (phase …

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