Media Coverage

May, 21

Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) edges closer to first commercial agreement

Weebit Nano (WBT) spent the March quarter chasing its first commercial agreement and making progress on its embedded memory module.

Apr, 21

Real success for the Israeli startup Weebit Nano.

Weebit Nano's ReRAM memories are intended to serve as stand-alone storage units, but also to be integrated on SoCs (System on a Chip), that is to say chips for on-board electronics which contain at the both computing power and storage.

Apr, 21

Storage: Weebit Nano will launch its ReRAMs this year

Four times cheaper to manufacture than NAND in SSDs, ReRAM components are also more efficient and more durable.

Apr, 21

Resistive Random-Access-Memory (ReRAM) is a very promising technology for embedded Non-Volatile Memory (NVM)

Weebit’s ReRAM is made of simple, fab-friendly materials. Two-mask added with very few added steps. Easily integrated into any fabrication using various deposition techniques to allow for manufacturing flexibility. Rapid development by using CMOS compatible process materials. The result is highly scalable, low cost and effort, low power consumption, and high endurance and reliability.

Apr, 21

ReRAM Machine Learning Embraces Variability

Gary Hilson discusses ReRAM and its usage for Edge AI

Dec, 20

Who's winning the race to replace NAND flash?

The Memory Guy: “resistive RAM (ReRAM) may be a potential replacement for flash memory”

Nov, 20

The Market Herald

Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) raises $12M to get market-ready

Nov, 20

"Every electronic device in the world is our target", Weebit CEO Coby Hanoch

Sep, 20

Weebit Nano and Politecnico Milan featured on EETimes article

reviewing modern memory technologies for Edge AI applications.

Jul, 20

The Market Herald

Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) upsizes share purchase plan from $500K to $2.52M