Altis preps wafer shuttle for embedded CBRAM
Friday, July 20, 2012
LONDON – Altis Semiconductor SA (Corbeil-Essonnes, France), the specialty foundry bought by French entrepreneur Yazid Sabeg from IBM and Infineon Technologies in 2010, is preparing to run a multi-project wafer in August for customers interested in using conductive bridging RAM (CBRAM) as an embedded nonvolatile memory technology.
New Memories Take Center Stage
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
In the same way that various prophets of doom foretell the imminent demise of Moore’s Law, we often hear that conventional memory technologies are going to run out of steam soon.
Next-generation Memory Vendors Seek New Markets
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Several years ago, an executive from Intel Corp. declared that flash memory would run out of gas and would stop scaling at about 90nm, prompting the need for a next-generation — or universal — memory type.
Adesto Technologies Corporation Announce New Appointments to its Management Team
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
(Sunnyvale, California. BUSINESS WIRE) – Adesto Technologies, the leading developer of the low power, low cost CMOS based Conductive Bridging RAM (CBRAM™) Technology, announces the appointments of Michael Van Buskirk as Chief Technology Officer and Ravi Sunkavalli as Vice President of Product Development . The two join Adesto as the company is...
Update: Adesto ramps CBRAM, with Altis
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
LONDON – Adesto Technologies Corp., a startup company developing conductive bridging RAM nonvolatile memory technology, has announced that it will ship products this year manufactured by foundry partner Altis Semiconductor SA.
Startup Readies Conductive-bridging RAM
Friday, September 24, 2010
Adesto Technologies Corp. – a memory startup funded by Applied Materials Inc. and others-is readying its first product-a conductive-bridging RAM (CBRAM). At the recent Non Volatile Memory Conference here, the company said it is readying a 1-megabit serial interface flash/EEPROM device. Build around a 130-nm process, the CBRAM device is based on...
Impact of New and Emerging Memory Technologies
Sunday, September 13, 2009
The first public showing of Adesto Technologies’ product development program was presented at Harris and Harris’ “Meet the Portfolio” webcast last week. Details of its technology are sketchy, and the company intends to remain in stealth mode for six more months. There was, however, still plenty of information to consider.