Technology

Technical Resources

The latest presentations and papers highlighting Weebit’s ReRAM/RRAM technology developments

 

Experimental Demonstration of Non-Stateful In-Memory Logic with 1T1R OxRAM Valence Change Mechanism Memristors

Using Weebit ReRAM devices to demonstrate two non-stateful logic techniques to explore Processing in Memory (PIM) possibilities for various applications (IEEE, with CEA-Leti and The Technion)

ReRAM: The Next NVM is Here.

The latest developments in commercializing Weebit ReRAM technology including the newest qualification results (Flash Memory Summit 2023)

A Live Look at Weebit’s Second IP Module

Functional, Fast, and Ultra-Low Power

Demonstration of SMT-reflow Immune and SCA-resilient PUF on 28nm RRAM device array

The benefits of using Weebit ReRAM to provide PUF (Physically Unclonable Function) capability for enhanced on-chip security and cyber-security applications (Weebit, CEA-Leti and IIT Delhi, IMW 2023)

Investigation of resistance fluctuations in ReRAM: Physical origin, temporal dependence and impact on memory reliability

Results on the statistical and dynamic behavior of ReRAM technology and its impact on reliability (Weebit and CEA-Leti, IRPS 2023)

Nature Communications: A Self-Adaptive Hardware with Resistive Switching Synapses for Experience-based Neurocomputing

Proposing an event-based hardware based on ReRAM capable of self-adaptation for efficient neurocomputing (Weebit, CEA-Leti, Politechnico di Milano and NaMLab)

White Paper: Design Considerations for Embedded NVM in High-Radiation Applications

Initial results of research examining the effects of radiation on Weebit ReRAM technology under high doses of gamma irradiation

ReRAM: From Concept to Product

An overview of how a memory product moves from design to market (Non-Volatile Memory Technology Symposium [NVMTS] 2022 select, redacted slides)

How an Embedded Non-Volatile Memory IP Can Be a Differentiator

How ReRAM can differentiate SoCs for a broad range of applications – from PMICs and analog ICs to automotive, security, and neuromorphic designs (IP-SOC Conference 2022)

Fully Binarized, Parallel, RRAM Based Computing Primitive for In Memory Similarity Search

A fully-binarized XOR based IMSS (In-Memory Similarity Search) using RRAM (Resistive Random Access Memory) arrays (IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II)