Intrinsic Semiconductor Technology raises $8.4 million to bring its RRAM technology to market
UK-based Intrinsic Semiconductor Technologies (Intrinsic) has raised $8.4 million USD to further develop and commercialize its RRAM memory technology. The funding was led by Octopus Ventures, and was supported by existing investors and the UK government.
Intrinsic was spun-off from University College London (UCL) in 2017. The company's main technology is a silicon-oxide based RRAM memory, which is said to be fully air stable and inherently CMOS compatible. The company says its memory devices will be cheaper and easier to produce compared to competitive technologies.