Crossbar's ReRAM Could Disrupt Flash Memory Market
Flash memory runs the world right now. It's a $60 billion market at the heart of virtually all electronics. Thanks to Crossbar's resistive RAM technology, though, Flash may soon be a fading memory (pun intended).
Crossbar ReRAM Set to Revolutionize Data Storage
Flash memory is a massive market in the mobile industry, a $60 billion market to be precise. It's used in virtually every handheld electronic device, from cameras to tablets, but yesterday Crossbar announced its new type of memory chip which could replace the traditional flash memory that we're all so familiar with.
Your 2015 Smartphone Could Have a Battery Charge of Several Weeks
A crazy type of RAM chip could fit tons more memory into smartphones, meaning they will consume less power. Combined with other innovations, it means your 2015 smartphone may run for weeks.
Crossbar Develops 1 Terabyte RAM on Chips Smaller Than a Postage Stamp
Crossbar has unveiled a new type of very high capacity and high-performance RAM, which can fit up to 1 Terabyte of memory on a single, stamp-sized chip.
A Solution to Skimpy Storage is in Our Future
As we rely more on phones and tablets for our computing needs, it seems like we're always running out of storage. Most mobile devices top out at 64GB, and while you might see a tablet with 128GB of 256GB of storage, that's still a long way from the terabyte or more that you find on even the most basic laptops and desktops.
Crossbar Emerges From Stealth, Packing 1TB Into a Single Chip
Start-up company Crossbar came out of stealth mode Monday with an announcement that it has created a new category of memory that is capable of storing 1TB of data on a single chip.
Crossbar Claims Its Resistive RAM is Capable of Storing 1 Terabyte on a Single Chip, 20x Faster than NAND
It's been quite the week for memory. Last Friday, we learned that Micron absorbed Elpida, and just earlier today, Samsung showed off its "3D" vertical NAND flash memory. Now, we have potentially the most interesting story of them all, coming to us from start-up Crossbar. The company claims that it has developed the world's most advanced non-volatile memory, capable of storing up to 1TB on a single chip. Mind-blowing, to say the least.
An In-depth Look at ReRAM: The Memory Technology Set to Replace NAND Flash
A new memory technology company, Crossbar, has broken cover with a new ReRAM design it claims will allow for the commercialisation of the technology. The company's claims aren't strictly theoretical; today's announcement reveals that the design firm has successfully implemented the architecture in silicon. While that's not the same as initiating mass production, it's an important step in the search for a NAND flash replacement.
New ReRAM Tech Bridges Performance Gaps Between DRAM + Flash
Crossbar, the Santa Clara startup, recently announced a game-changing new memory chip that has the potential to replace flash memory in a number of applications.
Crossbar ReRAM Non-Volatile Memory Technology Unveiled
Emerging from stealth-mode, Crossbar, Inc., a start-up company pioneering a new category of very high capacity and high-performance non-volatile memory, unveiled its Crossbar Resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology.
Crossbar ReRAM Promises to Beat NAND Speed, Endurance
Move over, NAND flash memory. Santa Clara-based startup Crossbar, Inc. has developed a non-volatile memory technology based on resistive random-access memory.
Resistive RAM Can Write 20x Faster Than NAND & Store 1 Tb On A Single Chip
Resistive RAM aka ReRAM is all set to kick the pulp out of NAND drives aka your regular flash drives. Crossbar, the chip maker that's been in the stealth mode for a long time has come out of its shell with the ReRAM and it claims that it can store 1 Terabyte (Tb) of data on a single chip and can be scaled to store multiple terabytes using 3D stacking.
ReRAM Uncloaked as Super-Efficient Flash Killer
A start-up from the US has promised its memory chip technology is going to blow NAND-based Flash out of the water.
Next Gen Smartphones Could Have Terabytes of Internal Storage
A California-based startup, Crossbar Inc, has come up with a non-volatile memory technology that could change the way we store data on our smartphones, tablets, and other computing devices.
ReRAM Promises Faster, Cheaper and More Reliable SSDs
The company Crossbar announced it will start producing the first prototypes of restive memory, also known as ReRAM.
New Resistive RAM Crams 1TB of Data Into a Space Smaller Than a Stamp
California-based start-up, Crossbar Inc., has just dived onto the storage radar with a totally new way of storage technology which they're calling "Resistive RAM" or ReRAM.
Crossbar's ReRAM to Boast Terabytes of Storage, Faster Write Speeds Than NAND
Hardware makers often sing the praises of their latest and greatest flash memory, but the folks at Crossbar are ready to show them up with resistive RAM (ReRAM) that they've been quietly working on.
Crossbar Unveils ReRAM Non-Volatile Memory Technology
Startup company Crossbar emerged from stealth mode on Monday to announce a first of its kind memory chip it says will replace flash memory and enable a surge of innovation for consumer, enterprise, mobile and industrial applications.
Startup Crossbar Emerges from Stealth with ReRAM Memristor Memory That Could Beat HP to Market But Will Be Fighting Samsung Stacked Flash
Stealth startup Crossbar’s ReRAM technology will deliver 20x faster write performance; 20x lower power consumption and 10x the endurance at half the die size, compared to today’s best-in-class NAND Flash memory. Since it is CMOS-compatible, it can be easily integrated into existing fabs and processes without any special equipment or materials.
Crossbar Details High Capacity Resistive RAM to Supersede Flash
Startup memory firm Crossbar has come out of stealth mode to disclose details of its Resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology, which it expects to deliver up to a terabyte (TB) of data capacity on a single chip with up to 20x the performance of existing flash memory.