Nantero cofounder Schmergel said in a statement that the technology is already under development in world-class factories, and more than a dozen major corporate sponsors are actively working on NRAM. In the next stage, he said Nantero’s chips will enter volume production.
Alan Niebel, a memory chip analyst at and founder of WebFeet Research, said that the technology “has the potential to change the future of electronics.”
New advisors include Stefan Lai, a previous Intel senior executive who coinvented a key memory type dubbed EPROM tunnel oxide (ETOX) flash memory cell, and Yaw Wen Hu, a previous executive and current board member at Inotera Memories.
Via:: Venture Beat