Symetrix to debut CeRAM device

08/11/2013 | EE Times

Symetrix, a company co-founded by University of Colorado professor Carlos Paz de Araujo, plans to introduce what it calls a correlated electron random-access memory, a type of resistive RAM that doesn't involve a conductive filament. The nonvolatile memory device will be debuted in two months, according to Araujo.

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