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Weebit makes breakthrough with game changing memory tech
24 Mar 17

Perth-listed technology company Weebit Nano has hit a major milestone in the development its revolutionary flash memory storage technology known as “ReRAM SiOx”…

 

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Former Intel executive to tour Australia for Weebit
23 Nov 16

How does a newly listed junior technology company based in Perth Western Australia atract the former global Vice President and Chief Product Ofcer of the giant Intel Corporation to Chair its board?.…

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Leti lines up with Weebit Nano for ReRAM development
08 Sep 16

Leti and Israeli ReRAM start-up Weebit Nano are to collaborate to develop ReRAM memory technology based on silicon oxide (SiOx). Leti lines up with Weebit Nano for ReRAM development. The two partners will develop SiOx ReRAM memory that is scalable to 40nm, which opens opportunities in multi-billion-dollar memory markets. ReRAM technology Will, says Weebit, replace flash memory that is approaching its scaling limits.…

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Weebit to collaborate with Global tech powerhouse to commercialize revolutionary computer memory
08 Sep 16

It doesn’t happen often but every now and then a tech story comes along that looks like it just might survive the tech bubble and create a real business that makes real money…

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Leti to develop SiOx memory with Weebit Nano
08 Sep 16

Rice University’s breakthrough silicon oxide technology for high-density, next-generation Weebit Nano Ltd. (Tel Aviv, Israel), a startup formed to commercialize silicon-oxide resistive RAM technology, has signed a development contract with French microelectronics research institute Leti…

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Increasing demand from Israel start-ups
18 May 16

It might not be a well-known fact in Australia, but Israel has one of the highest concentrations of start-ups in the world and is widely recognised as a global leader in research and development. Now the country’s rapidly expanding tech scene is turning to Australia for capital — and experience.

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Former Intel exec to chair ReRAM startup
04 May 16

David Perlmutter, a former executive vice president and chief product officer at Intel, has agreed to be non-executive chairman of Weebit Nano Ltd., a startup formed to commercialize silicon dioxide resistive RAM technology…

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Here Comes the Terabyte Phone
02 Jul 15

A big selling point of smartphones is their ability to hold much of your data — photos, videos, your entire music library — on a little device. But over the years, their storage capabilities, usually no more than 64 GB, haven’t kept pace with all the movies, games, apps and other memory…

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Super-Dense Computer Memory - Review
23 Jul 14

A novel type of computer memory could, in theory, let you store tens or even hundreds of times as much data on your smartphone. Researchers at Rice University have demonstrated a more practical way to manufacture it. The type of memory in question…

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Nanoporous oxide makes good memory device
11 Jul 14

Oxide-based two-terminal resistive random access memory (RRAM) could be ideal for next-generation “non-volatile” memory applications. Researchers at Rice University in the US have now unveiled one such new RRAM based on a nanoporous silicon oxide structure…

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Rice employs nanoporous silicon-oxide material in new RRAM memory devices
11 Jul 14

Rice University’s breakthrough silicon oxide technology for high-density, next-generation computer memory is one step closer to mass production, thanks to a refinement that will allow manufacturers to fabricate devices at room temperature with conventional…

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Rice’s silicon oxide memories catch manufacturers’ eye
10 Jul 14

Rice University’s breakthrough silicon oxide technology for high-density, next-generation computer memory is one step closer to mass production, thanks to a refinement that will allow manufacturers to fabricate devices at room temperature with conventional production methods…

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Tour named ‘Scientist of the Year’
01 Nov 13

R&D Magazine to honor Rice professor at Florida gala. Rice chemist James Tour has been named Scientist of the Year by R&D Magazine and will be honored at the publication’s annual R&D 100 Gala Awards Banquet in Orlando, Fla., on Nov. 7…

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An ASX-listed startup has passed a 'critical step' in the race for a 1TB phone
02 Jan 17

ASX-listed company Weebit Nano has signed a development deal with a French research institute in its mission to break the 1-terabyte barrier for mobile phone storage.…

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