RRAM developers

W&Wram Devices

W&Wram Devices developed an innovative ReRAM process based on an ion implantation that creates stoichiometric switching filaments that are aligned to per-determined defect channels.

W&Wram says its process offers high uniformity, yields and reliability.

Dialog Semiconductor

Dialog Semiconductor logoDialog Semiconductor is a fabless company focused on the development of highly-integrated mixed-signal ICs.

Dialog's proprietary RRAM / CBRAM technology offers a low power NVM solution designed to enable a range of applications from IoT and 5G connectivity to artificial intelligence (AI).

Reliance Memory

Reliance Memory was launched in 2018 by Rambus, in collaboration with GigaDevice, to commercialize RRAM technology for embedded devices.

Strategic investment partners in Reliance Memory include THG Ventures, West Summit Capital, Walden International and Zhisland Capital.


Intrinsic Semiconductor Technologies

IntrinSic logoIntrinsic Semiconductor Technologies (Intrinsic) was established in 2017 as a spin-off from University College London (UCL) to developed silicon-oxide based RRAM technologies. Intrinsic's technology is fully air stable and inherently CMOS compatible.

Intrinsic's core technology can be configured as non-volatile memory, multilevel memory, hardware acceleration for Machine Learning, and neuromorphic devices.


Samsung logoSamsung is a large Korean conglomerate focusing on displays (Samsung is a leading LCD and OLED producer), consumer electronics and semiconductors. Samsung has a large memory business, and is researching several next-generation memory technologies, including MRAM and RRAM.

Weebit Nano

Weebit Nano logoWeebit Nano is a developer of next-generation semiconductor RRAM memory technology, incorporated in Israel in 2015 and publicly traded on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX: WBT).

Weebit licenses its technologies to semiconductor companies and foundries, using a typical IP licensing model supporting license fees, royalties and non-recurring engineering fees (NRE). The company says its technology is suitable for both embedded SoC designs and for discrete memory chips.


Rambus logoUS-based Rambus, established in 1990, is a semiconductor IP company mostly focused on memory technologies.

Strategic Elements

Strategic Elements logoStrategic Elements, based in Australia, is developing a type of RRAM memory called Nanocube Memory. The printable memory cells are made cerium oxides and when jolts of voltage are applied they change their state between resistive and conductive - which is used to create and store digital information.