Peter Clarke, Electronics360
03 March 2014
4DS Inc., a subsidiary of an Australian company called 4DS Pty. Ltd., has been working on non-volatile memory technology since 2007. In December 2013 4DS appointed Guido Arnout, an experienced Silicon Valley semiconductor executive as CEO to lead the commericialization of its so-called MOHJO ReRAM technology. MOHJO stands for metal-oxide heterojunction operation.
This puts 4DS in the same camp as the Symetrix Corp. (Colorado Springs, Colorado) which is working on the development of a non-filamentary, non-volatile memory technology based on the metal-insulator Mott transition in nickel oxide and other transition metal oxides (TMOs).
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