SkyWater foundry to take Weebit ReRAM to volume

Foundry and process technology developer SkyWater Technology plans to offer ReRAM technology from Weebit Nano embedded in a 130nm CMOS process.

SkyWater will take the silicon-oxide based non-volatile memory technology to volume production for Weebit Nano Ltd. (Hod Hasharon, Israel) and offer the technology for use in customer designs in IoT, automotive, AI, and other applications.

No timetable was given for the transfer, or when volume production of ReRAM or design starts for embedded ReRAM, could begin.

SkyWater’s 130nm process is suitable for a broad range of applications in analog, power management, automotive, IoT and rad-hard design, the companies claimed in a joint statement. Weebit’s ReRAM is one of many two-terminal material systems developed for non-volatile memory as a scalable alternative to flash memory.

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