Strategic Elements developed transparent RRAM devices, endures 100,000 test cycles

Strategic Elements announced that it has co-developed a new glass-based RRAM device prototype together with materials research team from the University of New South Wales.

The so called "transparent memory ink", or NanoCube memory, can be printed onto materials such as silicon, glass and plastics using traditional low cost printing methods. The prototype is highly reliable - and succesfully concluded 100,000 read-test cycles. The company said that its equipment cannot measure endurance beyond 100,000 cycles and therefore, the final maximum limit is still to be determined. The memory device is highly transparent - with 70% to 80% transparency.

The Company is currently undergoing the development and IP work required to showcase the memory technology to potential partners.

Posted: Jun 03,2016 by Ron Mertens