Startup Heralds 1TB ReRAM Breakthrough
A small startup company claims it has made a breakthrough in the field of resistive RAM (ReRAM) which will lead to non-volatile mobile memory chips capable of holding 1TB of data.
Crossbar Unveils ReRAM with Whopping 1TB Memory
Crossbar has silently gone on to reveal a new piece of technology that is gearing up to challenge the dominance of NAND drives.
Resistive RAM Provides 1TB on a Chip Smaller Than a Stamp
A Californian tech startup going by the name of Crossbar has announced a new kind of memory chip which can store 1TB of data in a space as small as a postage stamp.
Resistive RAM Crams 1TB Onto Tiny Chip
Flash memory could soon be a thing of the past, according to one company that claims it's close to bringing resistive RAM (ReRAM) to the market.
New ReRAM Memory Promises a Terabyte of Storage On a Stamp-sized Chip
Californian start-up Crossbar unveiled new chip twenty times faster than previous flash storage.
Resistive RAM: Terabytes of Storage, 20 Times Faster Than NAND
There's never a shortage of new experimental forms of memory—but a company called Crossbar has now worked up something called resistive RAM which could wipe the floor with NAND.
New Memory Could Boost Smartphone Storage and Battery Life
A technology company has created a new kind of memory chip that can store up to a terabyte of data while writing faster and using less power than current storage.
CMOS-compatible ReRAM Technology Looks to Boost Memory Capacity, Performance
Crossbar has shed light on its ReRAM (Resistive RAM) technology intended to significantly boost capacity and performance of standalone and embedded memory. According to the company, the new approach 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.
Startup's 'ReRAM' Tech Promises 1TB Memory for Mobile Devices
A California startup called Crossbar is working on an alternative to current NAND Flash memory chips like those used in mobile devices and other consumer electronics products which could serve up a terabyte of storage and playback capacity on "an IC smaller than a postage stamp."
New Resistive RAM Packs 1 TB of Storage Into a Single Chip
Crossbar Inc., a Californian start-up that's relatively unknown in the storage market has unveiled a brand new form of storage technology, which they're calling Resistive RAM (ReRAM). The technology allows for very high capacity and high performance non-volatile memory, capable of storing up to 1 TB of data on a 200 sq. mm chip that's smaller than a postage stamp.
Crossbar Unveils Resistive RAM with Simple, Three-layer Structure
Crossbar, Inc., a start-up company, unveiled a new Resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology that will be capable of storing up to one terabyte (TB) of data on a single 200mm2 chip. A working memory was produced array at a commercial fab, and Crossbar is entering the first phase of productization. "We have achieved all the major technical milestones that prove our ReRAM technology is easy to manufacture and ready for commercialization," said George Minassian, chief executive officer, Crossbar, Inc. The company is backed by Artiman Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Northern Light Venture Capital.
Crossbar’s ReRAM Technology Is 20 Times Faster Than NAND Flash
Crossbar is a California-based startup that emerged out of stealth mode to unveil their new Crossbar Resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology. ReRAM will be capable of storing up to 1TB of data on a 200mm2 die.
Ram Memory Revolution Arrives with Crossbar's ReRam
Crossbar has managed to create an actual ReRam Ram Memory Module which would make current RAM Memorys look like clunky old hardware, effectively making them obsolete.
Crossbar Shakes Up Memory Market with New ReRAM
Now that Crossbar has come out of stealth mode, it is just a matter of time before one can see the impact of its ReRAM technology on the manufacturing design of mobile devices, certainly wearables. Analysts agreed that this is significant news in assessing the market outlook for memory and NAND flash.
Startup Crossbar Pits ReRAM Against DRAM and Flash Storage
Startup Crossbar emerged from stealth mode Monday to announce its version of ReRAM (resistive random-access memory), a new type of memory that could be a successor to flash storage and DRAM.
Start-up's non-volatile memory tech packs a terabyte per tiny layer
Memory-making start-up Crossbar came out of stealth mode on Monday, announcing that it has developed what it characterizes as "very high capacity and high-performance non-volatile memory" based on a new approach to resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology, and capable of storing one terabyte of data on a single-layer 200mm2 chip. That's terabyte, not terabit.
Crossbar Unveils ReRAM
Emerging from stealth-mode today, Californian start-up Crossbar unveils its Crossbar Resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology.
“Today’s non-volatile memory technologies are running out of steam, hitting significant barriers as they scale to smaller manufacturing processes,” says George Minassian, CEO of Crossbar, “with our working Crossbar array, we have achieved all the major technical milestones that prove our ReRAM technology is easy to manufacture and ready for commercialization.”
How Crossbar Wants to Jolt Memory Capacity and Cut Power Use
of stealth with a demonstration unit of resistive RAM that could present a viable next-generation alternative to NAND flash for devices and servers.
Crossbar Says It Will Explode the $60B Flash Memory Market with Resistive RAM, Which Stores a Terabyte on a Chip
Crossbar is announcing today a new kind of memory chip that can replace flash memory, one of the fundamental building blocks of digital electronics, in a number of of applications.
Crossbar Enters Race to Change Memory Chips
Several kinds of chips are used to store data, all of them good at some parts of that job but not others. A company called Crossbar has been quietly planning to disrupt a big chunk of that memory market.