Tag Archive: Toshiba

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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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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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 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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Mar 14

Intermolecular

While doing due diligence on the recent ISSCC posts, I came across mention of Toshiba/SanDisk’s development partner, Intermolecular (IM), based in San Jose, CA. (It just so happens that several former colleagues are currently working at IM as the Silicon Valley job cycle takes another turn). As I mentioned in a Blog on the Stanford …

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Mar 05

ISSCC 2013 Revisited

issccReRAM

It’s already being referred to as simply “Paper 12.1” from this year’s 60th edition of the ISSCC in San Francisco. Paper 12.1 is of course the Toshiba/SanDisk paper describing a bilayer 32Gbit ReRAM chip. Unfortunately I was not at the conference. A few details of the paper have emerged and some colleagues have been kind …

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