Israel-based RRAM developer Weebit Nano announced that it has signed a licensing agreement with DB HiTek, a Korean-based foundry (said to be one of the world's top 10 foundries). The commercial agreement includes technology transfer, qualification and licensing.
Under the agreement, DB HiTek has licensed Weebit ReRAM for its customers to integrate as embedded non-volatile memory. Weebit ReRAM technology will be available in DB HiTek’s 130nm Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (BCD) process, which is used in analog, mixed-signal, and power designs in consumer, industrial and other IoT devices. DB HiTek also has the option to use Weebit ReRAM for other process nodes.
Weebit recently announced that $40 million USD in its latest financing round, that will be used to accelerate the development and commercial roll-out of its ReRAM technology.
In early 2023 Weebit taped-out demonstration chips integrating its embedded RRAM module in an advanced 22nm FD-SOI process technology. In November 2022 the company announced that it has received the first silicon wafers from SkyWater Technology, with embedded Weebit RRAM.