Peter Clarke, Electronics360
29 January 2015
Intellectual property licensor Rambus Inc. has been working quietly for three years on metal-oxide based resistive RAM technology and has signed up "a lot of customers" for technology, according to CEO Ron Black. It is now looking likely that a number of players could come to contest the NAND flash replacement with various ReRAM approaches in 2016.
In the case of Rambus (Sunnyvale, Calif.), it is working with customers on ReRAM development and Black does not see it being a significant revenue generator in the short-term, he told analysts on a conference call to discuss Rambus' 4Q14 financial results.
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