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Adesto ready to ramp CBRAM, with Altis

6/28/2011 10:14 AM EDT
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Gil Russell
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Gil Russell   6/29/2011 4:57:43 PM
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I think the interesting part of the Adesto's technology is their ability to overlay active CMOS substrate circuitry that can be applied as a BEOL process. The implication being that several different memory sizes and/or organizations can be entertained on a single device series. Big market impact? I think so...,

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chanj0   6/28/2011 5:11:39 PM
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If the claim is right, the technology will further reduce power consumption of mobile devices. Yet, 1Mbit sounds too little to most smartphones and tablets. What's the scalability?

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Peter Clarke   6/28/2011 12:32:59 PM
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Which makes the copper metallization in the Altis process important

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resistion   6/28/2011 12:18:43 PM
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What makes CBRAM interesting is how ionic conduction is explicitly involved.

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