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EE Times Silicon 60: Startups to Watch
14 NOV 17
We are happy to be among the 60 startups to watch list of the EE Times.
These are 60 firms that EE times feel are worth keeping an eye on.
The selection of the 60 companies in Silicon 60 is based on a mix of criteria including: technology, intended market, financial position and investment profile, maturity and executive leadership.
Israel-based Weebit Nano was established in 2014 with an aim to commercialize Rice University’s SiOx RRAM technology. Weebit is progressing towards it stated goal of producing a 40nm RRAM Silicon Oxide working cell by the end of 2017.
Coby Hanoch was recently appointed as the company’s new CEO, and was kind enough
Memory technologies are changing, per Weebit Nano CEO Coby Hanoch. In a recent phone call he said, “The current technologies, Flash and so on, have been around for a long time and are starting to hit the wall, which is why we’re seeing people going to things like 3D memories.
“At Weebit, however, we are focusing on Resistive RAM – developing the technology with help from Leti Labs in Grenoble, France. With the assistance of Leti, we have been able to develop a 4k-bit memory array…
Leti and Israeli ReRAM start-up Weebit Nano are to collaborate to develop ReRAM memory technology based on silicon oxide (SiOx). Leti lines up with Weebit Nano for ReRAM development. The two partners will develop SiOx ReRAM memory that is scalable to 40nm, which opens opportunities in multi-billion-dollar memory markets. ReRAM technology Will, says Weebit, replace flash memory that is approaching its scaling limits.…
Rice University’s breakthrough silicon oxide technology for high-density, next-generation Weebit Nano Ltd. (Tel Aviv, Israel), a startup formed to commercialize silicon-oxide resistive RAM technology, has signed a development contract with French microelectronics research institute Leti…
It might not be a well-known fact in Australia, but Israel has one of the highest concentrations of start-ups in the world and is widely recognised as a global leader in research and development. Now the country’s rapidly expanding tech scene is turning to Australia for capital — and experience.
David Perlmutter, a former executive vice president and chief product officer at Intel, has agreed to be non-executive chairman of Weebit Nano Ltd., a startup formed to commercialize silicon dioxide resistive RAM technology…