Tag Archive: SK Hynix

Feb 10

Forecasting and Filaments

A couple of items have come my way recently. First Yole have just released a new technology and market analysis dedicated to the Emerging Non Volatile Memory. Second a paper entitled ‘Evolution of conductive filament and ….’ by a group from the…, Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing has just appeared in Nature’s online scientific reports.

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Jan 15

Crystal Ball Gazing (again) Part 1 (of 2 maybe)

It’s that time of year again! However, this year a little differently…. Why? Well on revisiting last year’s edition of this post, I was struck how the only successful ‘predictions’ were of the negative variety (suggestion that something that wouldn’t happen) whereas most of those that were ‘positive’ (suggested something that would happen) were wide of the mark.

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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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Oct 15

Updating the Roadmap

While talking to David Eggleston, Principal, Intuitive Cognition Consulting* about the future of ReRAM/CBRAM, he pointed me to an interesting session at the latest Flash Memory Summit on ‘Flash below 20nm’. In the session, Applied Materials, SK hynix, Micron and SanDisk

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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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Aug 11

Flash Memory Summit: Preview

Starting this week is the annual Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, California. Always an exciting meeting and this year is no exception. There are a couple of sessions of direct interest to the ReRAM/CBRAM community along with a panel session. Dave Eggleston,

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Jul 31

Update on Recent News Items

MN101LR

Panasonic have announced the “world’s first mass production of ReRAM mounted microcomputers” . This appears to be the microcontroller with embedded ReRAM that was discussed in an April Blog along with its video in March.

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Jul 03

News!

During the last month there have been several news stories of note. I wondered whether to start with the encouraging

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