Weebit’s ReRAM carbon footprint is analyzed by quantifying environmental impact
The choices semiconductor companies make in the design and specification phases, including their choice of memory technologies, play a key role.
Weebit Nano and CEA-Leti Undertake Environmental Initiative
Weebit Nano and CEA-Leti, a nanotechnology research institute, are undertaking an environmental initiative that will analyze the environmental impact of Weebit’s Resistive Random-Access Memory (ReRAM) technology compared to other non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies.
Memory technology changing the future - Interview with Weebit Nano
An in-depth interview on Weebit’s ReRAM memory technology, its advantages over existing Flash technology, and what’s driving the global semiconductor shortage.
Weebit Nano raises $25.7m to accelerate commercialisation
Weebit Nano Limited (ASX:WBT) has raised approximately A$25.7 million through a placement to four Israel-based institutional investment and pension funds.
Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) seeks fresh capital to foster accelerated growth
Weebit Nano (WBT) is looking to raise up to $34.7 million to capitalise on the “growing momentum” it’s seen over the last 12 months.
Here’s Weebit Nano CEO Coby Hanoch on why the SkyWater deal is a massive milestone
In September, semiconductor player Weebit Nano signed the first commercial deal to take its ReRAM technology to volume production with US-based SkyWater.
Weebit Nano puts silicon-oxide ReRAM on 28nm FDSOI
Weebit Nano has demonstrated its silicon-oxide resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology on a 28nm fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator (FDSOI) process.
Weebit Nano ReRAM scaled to 28nm
Weebit Nano and CEA-Leti have demonstrated production-level parameters of Weebit’s ReRAM technology in a 28nm process.
Q4 could be the best time to make a semiconductor bet – and Angie Ellis is backing ReRAM players
Semiconductor supply chains have been high on trade meeting agendas in recent weeks.
Spotlight on Resistive RAM (ReRAM) – An interview with Weebit Nano
Resistive Random-Access Memory (ReRAM) is one of the several emerging non-volatile memories (NVMs) that are currently under intense scrutiny as a potential replacement/complement of mainstream technologies (Flash, DRAM, SRAM) in a host of embedded and stand-alone applications.