Tag Archive: Sony

Apr 01

Micron’s Resistive Memory Roadmap

At this year’s ISSCC, there was no update from the Micron/Sony collaboration which had presented a 27nm technology 16Gb Cu CBRAM chip last year. However, there are some tantalizing titbits in their latest (2015) Winter……

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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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Jul 30

Flash Memory Summit

Three sessions that caught my eye when perusing the program for FMS taking place next week at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA. I particular like the new take on TINA from Dr. Tsutsui of Sony.

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May 12

Updated(!) News Update: Intermolecular, Nanoimprint and Adesto

Update At Intermolecular’s Q1 2014 conference call. more details emerged about IMI’s semiconductor related activity. Q1 was obviously tough as CDP’s with ATMI and Global Foundries as well as SanDisk/Toshiba ended and precipitated an 18% head count reduction. Ouch…. The Micron program, however continues and with Dave Lazovsky, IMI President and CEO stating “Micron’s first …

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Feb 24

ISSCC 2014

Highlights from this year’s ISSCC conference included more details of the Sony/Micron 16Gb ReRAM chip and Samsung’s 3D NAND (V-NAND) chip both of which have featured in recent Forum blogs. The Sony/Micron chip is more accurately described as

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Jan 29

Crystal Ball Gazing

It’s that time of year again… Time to dust off that ol’ crystal ball and gaze into the murky depths and come up with the ReRAM-Forum predictions for the rest of 2014!

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Sep 17

ReRAM/CBRAM at FMS

David Eggleston, Principal, Intuitive Cognition Consulting*, organized a couple of ‘new technologies’ sessions at last month’s Flash Memory Summit (FMS) in Santa Clara, CA. One of the sessions was devoted to ReRAM

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