Apr 21, 2022
Hiding Security Keys Using ReRAM PUF

How two different technologies are being combined to create a unique and inexpensive security solution.

By Katherine Derbyshire

Apr 21, 2022
CrossBar tries to secure embedded ReRAM IoT market

ReRAM developer CrossBar is separating itself from other ReRAM pioneers by concentrating on the near invincibility of its chips against external content-detection threats.

By Chris Mellor

Apr 15, 2022
New Avenues for ReRAM: When Every Bit is Critical (Audio-Amelias Weekly Fish Fry)

In this week’s podcast, we’re mixing up some resistive random-access memory, honey, and a dash of neuromorphic computing! It’s going to be delightful! Ashish Pancholy (General Manager and VP of CrossBar) joins me to discuss the biggest advantages of CrossBar’s resistive random-access memory (ReRAM) and why this kind of technology is perfect for secure applications, where every bit is critical.

By Amelia Dalton

Apr 12, 2022
Crossbar targets new application for its RRAM memory, where resistance to physical attacks is essential
CrossBar announced that its RRAM memory technology is inherently resistant to physical hacking targeting sensitive information and data stored in memory. This could lead to new applications where resistance to reverse engineering and physical attacks are essential requirements of the system.
Apr 06, 2022
ReRAM Proves Resistant to Invasive Attacks
CrossBar’s Resistive RAM Memory Inherently Resistant to Physical Attacks, Vastly Improving Memory Security.
Apr 06, 2022
ReRAM Secure Against Hacking Attacks

CrossBar’s latest resistive RAM technology can be used to implement physically unclonable functions (PUFs).

By William G. Wong

Apr 05, 2022
Storage news ticker - April 5

CrossBar’s Resistive RAM technology is now being offered for use in memory applications requiring higher levels of content security.

By Chris Mellor

Oct 18, 2021
CrossBar ReRAM Use
CrossBar Inc. announced applications of its Resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology for use in few-time programmable (FTP) and one-time-programmable (OTP) NVM applications.
Oct 12, 2021
CrossBar Announces New ReRAM Use for FTP and OTP Memory Applications
Few-Time and One-Time Programmable Memory Applications Using ReRAM
Aug 15, 2021
CrossBar Aims to Secure Computing with ReRAM
PUFs offer another means of embedding security in hardware
Jul 22, 2021
CrossBar Reimagines ReRAM Technology for Physically Unclonable Functions
As the need for hardware security increases, companies are searching for ways to use PUF. CrossBar claims its newest resistive-RAM technology could be suited for a new class of PUF applications.
Jul 22, 2021
Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) share price jumps 7% on update
CrossBar yesterday announced a new ReRAM Application for hardware security and secure computing.
Jul 21, 2021
CrossBar ReRAM Emerges as Advanced Node PUF Security Solution
CrossBar Inc.’s Resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology is now being used as a physically unclonable function (PUF) to generate cryptographic keys in secure computing applications.
Jul 20, 2021
A Surprising New Job for ReRAM Technology
CrossBar, Inc. says ReRAM technology can be used in the creation of physical unclonable function (PUF) cryptographic keys since each key is specific to the individual IC.
Feb 21, 2021
RRAM: Now Used in IoT, AI and Data Center Storage
This is an update on resistive RAM memory. Learn about features, advantages, latest developments, and the operation and construction of resistive RAM memory devices.
Jan 09, 2021
Digital Storage Projections For 2021, Part 3
2021 will see continued growth of storage demand to support remote work and the growth of IoT and AI workloads. NVMe and NVMe-oF will be commonly used in storage system with continuing memory fabric development. Computational storage and storage security will be a big focus in 2021.
Dec 29, 2020
Digital Storage Projections For 2021, Part 2
Solid state storage is now primary storage. NVMe is now the dominant SSD interface, enabling new architectures. MRAM and 3D XPoint memory are appearing in many storage/memory products and the slow-down in memory scaling are opening opportunities for RRAM and FRAM memories as well.
Dec 08, 2020
Digital Storage Projections For 2021, Part 1
HDD use is declining for many applications, but it is growing in use for secondary storage in data centers. Tape is used by many enterprises and cloud data centers for long term data archiving. Higher capacities will be required to store the explosion of data expected over the next decade.
Mar 23, 2020
NAU hosts industry and military partners to discuss multimillion-dollar cybersecurity project
Dozens of industry and military partners came to NAU in February to discuss a multimillion-dollar cybersecurity project headed by professor Bertrand Cambou.
Jan 17, 2020
2020 Best Tech Startups in Santa Clara
Resistive RAM is the epitome of an “emerging” memory in that, for the most part, it’s still in the research and development phase.
Jan 17, 2020
Is ReRAM Ready?
Resistive RAM is the epitome of an “emerging” memory in that, for the most part, it’s still in the research and development phase.
Jan 15, 2020
Is ReRAM Ready to Leave the R&D Phase?

There’s much potential for ReRAM, but it’s still not in wide production.

By Gary Hilson

Nov 13, 2019
3 emerging memory technologies that will change how you handle big data

By Chris Angelini

Nov 06, 2019
ReRAM Revisited

Bernard Murphy

Oct 06, 2019
I Remember AI

At the 2019 Global Foundries Technology Conference (GTC) as well as at the 2019 AI Hardware Summit I found some interesting insights on the capabilities of today’s and tomorrow’s AI-enabled smart systems and the memory technology that underlies these capabilities.

By Tom Coughlin

Sep 26, 2019
Solving The Memory Bottleneck

Moving large amounts of data around a system is no longer the path to success. It is too slow and consumes too much power. It is time to flip the equation.

By Brian Bailey

Aug 24, 2019
Resistive RAM (RRAM), a Non-volatile memory (NVM) technology, key to support artificial intelligence on the Internet of Things, or "edge AI"

Ever-growing data generation driven by mobile devices, the cloud, the IoT, and big data, as well as novel AI applications, all part of the megatrends, requires continuous advancements in memory technologies.

By Rajesh Uppal

Aug 15, 2019
The Next New Memories

A new crop of memories in R&D could have a big impact on future compute architectures.

By Mark LaPedus

Aug 15, 2019
CrossBar Delivers ReRAM AI Accelerator

This ReRAM-based AI accelerator chip speeds the last step of deep-neural-network operation.

By William G. Wong

Aug 07, 2019
Flash Memory Summit 2019 -- Day 1
Briefing 7: CrossBar
Aug 01, 2019
New Memory Technologies Poised for High Volume Production

The growing imbalance between computational performance and data access performance has spurred the development of a number of new random access memory (RAM) technologies.

By Michael Feldman

Jul 09, 2019
Applied Materials Enables Emerging Memories for the Internet of Things and Cloud Computing
Applied Materials, Inc. today unveiled innovative, high-volume manufacturing solutions aimed at accelerating industry adoption of new memory technologies targeting the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing.
Jul 09, 2019
Applied Materials: Accelerating New Memory Technologies for the Internet of Things and Cloud Computing

From Applied Materials

Jul 09, 2019
Applied Materials' Endura High-Volume Manufacturing Platforms Deliver Precision for Next-Gen MRAM, ReRAM, PCRAM Memories

Applied Materials has released its Endura platforms, new high-volume manufacturing solutions for MRAM, ReRAM, and PCRAM memory technologies.

By Brandon Lewis

Mar 12, 2019
AI Needs Memory to Get Cozier with Compute

By Gary Hilson

Jan 22, 2019
New Technologies Give Neuromorphic Computing Better Memories

By Michael Feldman