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1.2V NV Memory from Adesto

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Electronics Weekly, November 12, 2014, Surrey, UK –Adesto Technologies launched at Electronica a non-volatile serial memory capable of operating at 1.2V The 1.2V (RM25UL) family of devices employs Adesto’s proprietary CBRAM technology claimed to have 100 times less energy consumption than leading memory technologies…

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Adesto Technologies Announces Distribution Network for Serial Flash Products

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Sunnyvale, California, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRWeb/ — Adesto Technologies, a memory solutions provider delivering innovative products for code and data storage applications, today announced an expanded sales distribution network for its recently acquired Serial Flash product lines.

The primary channel for sales of Adesto’s DataFlash® and BIOS Flash products is a worldwide network of distributors ...

Altis Semiconductor Introduces the Next Generation of Embedded CBRAM Technology

Tuesday, April 02, 2013

New embedded non-volatile memory offers low power and fast access time

CORBEIL-ESSONNES, France — April 2, 2013 — Altis announced today the next generation of embedded CBRAM (eCBRAM) technology, a new platform available for demonstration in Q2 2013. The new technology features design and manufacturing improvements which deliver higher reliability and ...

Adesto Technologies Introduces DataFlash E-Series Serial Flash Memory

Thursday, May 23, 2013

New non-volatile Serial Flash memory offers designers improved power management, higher system efficiency and lower system cost

Sunnyvale, California, May 23, 2013 /PRWeb/ — Adesto Technologies, a memory solutions provider delivering innovative products for code and data storage applications, today announced the launch of the DataFlash “E”-series, a new family of ...

Adesto CBRAM® Memory Technology Demonstrates Ultra Low-Power Operation

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Company to present paper on ultra low-power non-volatile memory at upcoming Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits

Adesto Technologies, a memory solutions provider delivering innovative products for code and data storage applications, will demonstrate ultra-low power operation of its proprietary CBRAM memory in a paper to be presented at the 2013 ...

Adesto Technologies Announces DataFlash® 1 Billion Unit Shipment Milestone

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Feature-rich, non-volatile Serial Flash memory expands its presence in code and data storage applications

Adesto Technologies, a memory solutions provider delivering innovative products for code and data storage applications, today announced the shipment of its one billionth DataFlash product. DataFlash products are non-volatile memory devices with comprehensive features that help designers ...

Collaboration with Adesto Technologies and Nordion Confirms Gamma Irradiation Tolerance of CBRAM® Non-Volatile Memory

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Capability Opens New Market Opportunities to Ultra-Low Power Memory Products

Adesto Technologies, a memory solutions provider delivering innovative products for code and data storage applications, and Nordion, with global expertise in the design and construction of commercial gamma irradiation systems, today announced the successful completion of gamma irradiation testing of Adesto’s ...

Adesto Technologies Reports High-Temperature Data Retention of CBRAM® Memory Technology

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Company presents paper at IEDM conference showing data retention at 200°C

Adesto Technologies, a memory solutions provider delivering innovative products for code and data storage applications, describes the high-temperature data retention characteristics of its proprietary resistive random-access memory technology known as CBRAM in a paper presented at the 2013 International Electron ...

New Memories Take Center Stage

Tuesday, February 07, 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.

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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.

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