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CrossBar to Present Newly-Unveiled ReRAM Technology at Flash Memory Summit 2013

CrossBar to Present Newly-Unveiled ReRAM Technology at Flash Memory Summit 2013

SANTA CLARA, CA – AUGUST 13, 2013 – Speaking at an industry conference for the first time, CrossBar, Inc., a start-up company pioneering a new category of very high capacity and high-performance non-volatile memory, today announced it will present at Flash Memory Summit on Wednesday, August 14, 2013, in Santa Clara, CA. Vice President of Engineering and co-Founder Hagop Nazarian, will speak about the company’s Resistive RAM (ReRAM)-based technology, creating a new generation of non-volatile memory. CrossBar’s ReRAM is capable of storing up to one terabyte (TB) of data on a single 200mm2 chip, and its structure is simple enough to stack onto logic in 3D on the latest technology node, using standard CMOS processes, in existing fabs.

About CrossBar, Inc.

Founded in 2010, CrossBar, a start-up based in Santa Clara, California, is the inventor of a new class of non-volatile ReRAM memory technology. Designed to usher in a new era of electronics innovation, CrossBar will deliver up to a terabyte (TB) of storage on a single-chip the size of a postage stamp, with very low power, very high performance and compatibility with standard CMOS semiconductor manufacturing processes. As the exclusive holder of resistive RAM (ReRAM) patents from the University of Michigan, CrossBar has filed 100 unique patents, with 30 already issued, relating to the development, commercialization and manufacturing of ReRAM technology. Privately held, CrossBar is backed by Artiman Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Northern Light Venture Capital. For more information, visit or follow us on Twitter, Linkedin and Google+ .

About The Flash Memory Summit

The Flash Memory Summit is the only conference dedicated entirely to flash memory and its applications. The Summit features half-day tutorials, workshops, paper and panel sessions, keynotes, roundtables, special sessions, and exhibits. Subjects include hardware, software, design methods, consumer applications, embedded applications, computer and communications applications, alternative technologies, programming methods, testing, standards, and market research.


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