By Peter Clarke, EETimes Europe
January 12, 2017
Crossbar Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.), a developer of non-volatile resistive RAM (ReRAM) based on silver-over-amorphous-silicon technology kept its promise to be in production in 2016.
The Crossbar ReRAM for embedded non-volatile memory applications is in production at partner foundry Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) using a 40nm CMOS process and is sampling to SMIC (Shanghai, China) customers, according to Sylvain Dubois, vice president of strategic marketing and business development.
Dubois told EE Times Europe that not only is 40nm ReRAM in production but that production on 28nm CMOS would follow soon. Dubois defined that to mean the first half of 2017 but he declined to say whether that would be with SMIC or another foundry.