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Jun, 22

Weebit tapes out ReRAM demo chip with SkyWater foundry

Weebit Nano has taped out a demo chip including a 256kbit ReRAM module in a 130nm manufacturing process with foundry SkyWater Technology.

30
Jun, 22

Weebit Nano Demos ReRAM IP

Weebit has integrated its initial ReRAM module into a complete subsystem including a RISC–V microcontroller, system interfaces, Static Random–Access Memory, and peripherals.

06
Apr, 22

Weebit Nano achieves ‘major milestone’ with ReRAM demo chips

Weebit has confirmed its demo chips have integrated successfully with its embedded ReRam module and it has completed a functional testing phase.

23
Mar, 22

In-Memory Computing, AI Draws Research Interest

Addresses the need for new non-volatile memory at one of the industry’s most common process nodes, where existing embedded Flash technology is no longer viable.

17
Mar, 22

Weebit partners with CEA-Leti to scale down its ReRAM technology to 22nm

16
Mar, 22

Weebit scaling down its ReRAM technology to 22nm

Addresses the need for new non-volatile memory at one of the industry’s most common process nodes, where existing embedded Flash technology is no longer viable.

16
Mar, 22

Weebit 22nm ReRAM

Weebit and CEA-Leti are designing a full IP memory module for a 22nm FD-SOI process, which is a common process node for current semiconductor electronics.

27
Feb, 22

Israeli Memory Company poised for success in Global Market

Coby Hanoch, the company’s CEO, explains the advantages of the ReRAM technology Weebit Nano developed, and discusses the company’s penetration of new and exciting markets.

28
Jan, 22

New RRAM Arrays Bypass 1T1R Limitations for Better Non-volatile Memory Solutions

Aiming to kick non-volatile memory to the next level, Weebit Nano demonstrated its first crossbar resistive random-access memory (ReRAM or RRAM) arrays.

27
Jan, 22

Weebit, CEA-Leti Advance ReRAM Technology

Weebit Nano of Israel and French research institute CEA-Leti report advances in the development of resistive-RAM (ReRAM) technology, although few are ready for prime time.