Israel-based RRAM developer Weebit Nano announced that its partnership with Leti continues, and Leti and Weebit extended the partnership to include adapting Weebit's RRAM production process to 300 mm wafers, at 28 nm.
Weebit packaged RRAM chip photoUp until now Leti and Weebit's development was done on 200 mm wafers using 40 nm technology. Weebit believes that the move to 300 mm and 28 nm will be quick - and it will be done by the end of Q4 2019. The move to 28 nm will improve Weebit's RRAM cells and enable them to fit even the smallest geometries being used in the market today.

In May 2018 Weebit and Leti announced the first extension of the partnership, which allowed Weebit to prototype 1Kb 40 nm RRAM chips. In November 2017 we posted an interview with Weebit's new CEO, which explains the company's technology and business. In September 2018 Weebit raised $3 million AUD ($2.16 million USD) via a share placement.

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