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8/9/2013 00:00 AM EDT
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sframboss
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Re: ReRAM
sframboss   8/16/2013 12:53:49 PM
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Us too but in a different direction.  A lesson from the School of Hard Knocks!

Joe

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Re: ReRAM
nonvolatile   8/16/2013 12:09:57 PM
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Thanks Joe. It's like FeRAM all over again, but this time we waited six years before a peep.

 

sframboss
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sframboss   8/14/2013 9:10:22 PM
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Good luck, Carlos!

Joe

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Re: 0.2V read
krisi   8/12/2013 7:47:41 PM
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Sounds good Carlos, I have sent you the email...Kris

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Re: 0.2V read
nonvolatile   8/12/2013 6:38:35 PM
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Kris. Thanks for the invitation. Please send info at caraujo@aol.com

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0.2V read
krisi   8/12/2013 2:12:11 PM
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0.2V read...very impressive Carlos...would you be interested in presenting this technology at CMOSET in Grenoble next year? www.cmosetr.com, best, Kris

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Re: Need more information...
nonvolatile   8/12/2013 10:44:30 AM
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DEAR CEO,

The word "interesting" is a power word -usually used by CEO's or thesis advisors" - it really mean "What a naive person, he will know better next time" so here is the DATA.



RIGHT SIDE IS THE HRS OF A COMMON RERAM MADE WITHOUT DOPING WITH CO, THE LEFT IS CeRAM. GOT IT NOW? 

REGARDS,

CARLOS

PS. DATA TALKS, THEORY SHOUTS AND OPINIONS USUALLY...WELL, SUFFER.

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Need more information...
Charles.Desassure   8/12/2013 12:37:57 AM
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Interesting, but I need more information.  I will wait for the next article as it relates to this topic.

nonvolatile
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Re: thermal stability
nonvolatile   8/11/2013 10:44:34 PM
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Dear CEO, Frankly I do not know what you are referring to. I would never promote a memory that dies at 100 Cand the data I sent to EEttimes goes to 300. Currently it is 400 C. Now the self saturating is another story. The relationship between compliance and on currenyy can saturate at low compliance values, that is also In the literature. Of filaments

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thermal stability
resistion   8/11/2013 9:24:54 AM
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In one of your papers, there was a model of the insulator state. I am not sure if that model is updated yet. It suggested self-saturating current (which I presume not correct). More seriously, it also showed that the resistance of the insulator would be dramatically decreased at an elevated temperature above 100 C. Is there an update to this in an upcoming publication?

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