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On 25 June Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) announced it successfully built and tested 1 MB SiOx ReRAM arrays at the 40 nanometer (nm) resolution. Even though this announcement was widely expected, it is still very significant in
a number of ways.
We spoke with Weebit Nano’s (ASX:WBT) CEO, Coby Hanoch, who started in the role in October 2017. In our interview he spoke about WBT’s recent technological achievements and its expansion into France.
Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) announced it has successfully scaled down its SiOx ReRAM cells to a resolution (circuitry linewidth) of 40nm. The company was able to confirm that individual memory cells behaved similarly to SiOx ReRAM cells manufactured at 300nm.
Weebit Nano (ASX:WBT) is developing a memory technology, which we believe has the potential to complement and even partially replace DRAM and Flash memory within three to five years’ time, in applications such as data centers, smart phones, laptops and IoT devices. The market for these two memory technologies is expected to total US$ 100BN in 2017.
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