CrossBar to Demonstrate Breakthrough Resistive ReRAM Innovation at IEDM 2014
Unveils Major Technical Milestone in the Development of Ultra-High Density Non-Volatile Memory Solutions
SANTA CLARA, CA – December 8, 2014 - CrossBar, Inc., a start-up company pioneering a new category of very high capacity and high-performance non-volatile memory, today announced it will be disclosing another major technology breakthrough in their development of Resistive RAM (ReRAM) at next week’s IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM). Continuing to meet key technological milestones, the company first unveiled its ReRAM technology in August 2013 and then demonstrated pre-production 1MB arrays using CrossBar’s patented “1TnR” technology for read/write operations in June 2014.
Presented by Dr. Sung Hyun Jo, CrossBar senior fellow, the presentation will discuss how to overcome a common design challenge in high-density ReRAM development, and will describe how a Field Assisted Superlinear Threshold (FAST) selector device can successfully suppress the sneak path current inherent in ReRAM memory, another significant milestone needed to commercialize ReRAM memory for high-density data applications.
- Presentation Title: 3D-stackable CrossBar Resistive Memory Based on Field Assisted Superlinear Threshold (FAST) Selector
- Speaker: Sung Hyun Jo, Ph.D., CrossBar Senior Fellow, Technology Development
- When: Monday, December 15th at 4:05 pm
- Track: Session 6: Memory Technology – Resistive RAM
- Where: IEDM Conference in the Hilton San Francisco Union Square, San Francisco, CA
- Location: Continental Ballroom 6
About CrossBar, Inc.
Founded in 2010 as a Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers incubation, 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 tools, processes and infrastructure. As the exclusive holder of resistive RAM (ReRAM) patents from the University of Michigan, CrossBar has filed 152 unique patents, with 62 already issued. CrossBar is backed by Artiman Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Northern Light Venture Capital, the University of Michigan, SAIF Partners, Korea Investment Partners, CBC-Capital and Tao Invest. For more information, visit www.crossbar-inc.com or follow us on Twitter, Linkedin and Google+ .