August 5, 2013

ReRAM Startup Bets on Silver

A resistive RAM non-volatile memory technology that could be embedded in SoCs and used in multilayered terabyte memory ICs is being brought to market by a well-backed and well-connected startup called Crossbar Inc.

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August 5, 2013

ReRAM, the Memory Tech That Will Eventually Replace NAND Flash, Finally Comes to Market

A new memory technology company, Crossbar, has broken cover with a new ReRAM design it claims will allow for commercialization of the technology.

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August 5, 2013

Crossbar Takes on DRAM and Flash Storage with Super Fast, Super Long-lasting ReRAM Tech

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.

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August 5, 2013

Flash Successor Announced

Flash, despite its vast success, is hardly an ideal storage medium - for one thing it gets slower and more fragile as it shrinks - so many expect resistance RAM - ReRAM - to win long term. Crossbar announces the first ReRAM that could replace flash.

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August 5, 2013

Startup Claims New Resistive RAM Design Can Store 1TB on a Chip

A startup is now emerging from stealth-mode with claims of a next-generation non-volatile memory that is easier to implement than other emerging technologies, according to Gigaom. The company in question, Crossbar, has made a demonstration array of its resistive RAM technology.

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August 5, 2013

Crossbar’s Resistive RAM Chips: The Successor to Flash?

Santa Clara-based startup Crossbar has just announced a potentially game-changing new memory chip that it claims has the potential to replace standard flash memory in a number of applications.

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August 5, 2013

Startup 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.

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