Dylan McGrath, EETimes
5/18/2018 00:01 AM EDT
SAN FRANCISCO — A deal by Microsemi to license non-volatile resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology from Crossbar could be a significant catalyst paving the way for wider adoption of ReRAM, according to memory industry analysts.
"This is one of those things that kind of feeds off itself," said Jim Handy, principal at Objective Analysis. "It could cause a snowball effect for Crossbar."
Microsemi — which is in the process of being acquired by Microchip Technology — said earlier this week it agreed to license Crossbar’s ReRAM intellectual property to integrate into next-generation products manufactured at the 1x nm process node.
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