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2006-05-29 ON Semi, Nantero to jointly develop carbon nanotube tech
ON Semiconductor and Nantero announced they have teamed up to develop innovative semiconductor process technology to effectively integrate carbon nanotubes in CMOS fabrication.
2003-10-29 Nantero, ASML team on process compatibility
Nantero Inc. has announced a collaborative project with ASML Holding NV to demonstrate compatibility between its nanotube materials and processes.
2012-11-06 Imec, Nantero to develop carbon nanotube NVM
Imec backs Nantero in research project aimed at producing carbon nanotube non-volatile memories smaller than 20nm as possible DRAM replacement.
2015-06-09 Non-volatile RAM seen as replacement for DRAM, flash
Startup Nantero has raised $31.5 million that will be used to speed up development of its NRAM, sometimes known as Nano-RAM, for use in both enterprise and consumer applications.
2007-07-12 Nanotero tries HP inkjet tech on nanotube memory
Nantero said it is working with HP to explore the use of HP inkjet tech and Nantero's carbon nanotube formulation to create flexible electronics products and develop low-cost printable memory.
2013-10-03 Spray-based carbon nanotubes used to create low cost sensors
A team of researchers from the Technische Universit?t Mnchen recently fabricated a gas detection sensor on a flexible polymer substrate.
2008-06-04 Nanotube fab looks forward to multiple chip apps
The first foundry offering carbon nanotube thin films to fabless chipmakers will soon be available, whose thin films will be on variety of substrates like displays, touchscreens, solar cells, sensors and MEMS devices.
2004-12-16 Memory alternatives wait for flash to flame out
Memory makers are waiting for flash to die down in the hope to provide new alternatives in the future.
2016-03-31 HPE's hybrid DRAM/flash a first in new memory family
The release of the 8 Gbyte NVDIMM-N boards with new Broadwell-based Proliant DL360 1U and 380 2U servers signify HPE's move toward a new kind of persistent memory in servers.
2007-01-01 End of Moore's Law prompts technology search
The search is on for a technology that could replace today's workhorse CMOS-based silicon.
2009-07-08 Coming soon: Carbon chips
Carbonthe basis of all organic compoundsseems destined to displace silicon as the material of choice for future semiconductors.
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