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Chip Startup Adesto Tries to Scale Tech’s Highest Wall

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Bloomberg, July 17, 2014, New York -- Adesto Technologies Corp. is betting low-energy memory chips used in everything from fitness wristbands to smart buildings will be the next niche product as the memory-chip market goes small.

Samsung Electronics Co., Micron Technology Inc. and Toshiba Corp. haven’t realized fast enough that the $67...

EE Times Silicon 60: Hot Startups to Watch

Thursday, July 17, 2014

EETImes, July 15, 2014 -- It has been more than 18 months since EE Times last produced a version of the Silicon 60. The global economic, entrepreneurial, and electronics business climates have all improved in that time, and EE Times has brought 38 recently formed companies on to version 15.1 of its list of 60 firms that we feel are worth...

Medical Devices Require Radiation-Tolerant Memory

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

EETimes, July 8, 2014, Toronto --  One of the biggest subsets of the Internet of Things is wearables, and within that segment are devices that monitor health and physical activity. While many of these applications are aimed at consumers who want to track fitness and other measurements of the quantified self, there are also specialized medical...

CEO interview: Adesto's Derhacobian Looks to Move CBRAM to Asia

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Electronics360, July 2, 2014 -- Narbeh Derhacobian, CEO of fabless nonvolatile memory startup Adesto Technologies Corp. (San Jose, Calif.), is looking expand the remit of his company's conductive bridging RAM (CBRAM). That means higher capacities, smaller geometries, most likely a deal with an Asian foundry – but most of all it means...

Adesto enters Internet-of-things battle with memory chips that use 100 times less energy

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

VentureBeat, July 2, 2014, San Francisco -- Adesto Technologies is unveiling today its super-low-power memory chips that can be used in a new class of Internet of things sensors, wearable devices, and sterilized medical devices. The company says it will take innovations like this to fill our world with smart devices.

The memory chips...

IoT, Wearables Drive Lower Power Memory Innovation

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

EETIMES - June 10, 2014 - TORONTO -- The Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable devices are putting even more pressure on memory to consume less power -- even beyond the requirements of today’s smartphones and tablets. They also have other specific needs, depending on the use-case.

Requirements vary significantly with IoT, according to...

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.

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.

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