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ARM invests in ceram-memory technology
ARM has money in Symetrix, a company that does research on correlated electron ram, a relatively new type of non-volatile memory. Ceram could be than the current types of flash memory. Further reduced
Ceram Ceram can according Symetrix a good successor to the current nand flash memory technology that could then be a 20nm process. no further reduced The Ceram technology, an improved design compared reram difficult to fabricate, would scalable to 5nm, say the authors. The ceram-memory technology could also be integrated. Socs in
ARM has an interest in the ceram technology and according to the website Electronics360 decided to cash invest in Symetrix. It is still unclear how much the amount, but ARM would have an interest in the technology term to include under license.
Until now ARM has focused on processor technology. The company gives its chip designs licensed to manufacturers. ARM chips are particularly popular in cellphones and tablets thanks to the relatively low power consumption.Viewing:-172
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