Australian-listed semiconductor company Weebit Nano and flash memory chips provider XTX Technology have signed a letter of Intent to co-operate and investigate ways to use Weebit’s SiOx ReRAM technology in XTX products and explore potential co-operation in sales and marketing activities in China.
Technology is always improving, sometimes in an evolutionary fashion, sometimes in a revolutionary way, with the next quantum leap in memory said to be ReRAM, or Resistive Random Access Memory.
Australian-listed Israel-based semiconductor company Weebit Nano has appointed Jackson Lam as vice-president Strategic Alliances, China, in an advisory capacity.
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