UK-based RRAM developer Intrinsic Semiconductor Technologies (Intrinsic) announced it closed a $1.85 million seed funding round, led by investors UCL Technology Fund and IP Group plc. The company will use the funds to develop prototypes of its RRAM memory devices on 300 mm silicon wafers in collaboration with imec.
Intrinsic was spun-off from the University College London (UCL) in 2017. The UCL Technology Fund is now supporting this next stage in the company's life.
Intrinsic’s novel memory technology is based on the same materials as the CMOS chip itself, such as silicon oxide. This, according to the company, will make the memory easier to integrate with current chipsets.