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December 28th, 2003

Successful Development of New Next-Gen Non-Volatile Memory cell

Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. and research group led by Koyanagi, professor of Graduate school of Engineering, Tohoku University, have succeeded in development of a new non-volatile memory, named Metal Nano Dot (MND) Memory. The MND memory is applied the deposition technology of MND film based on the synergy ceramic technologies possessed by Asahi Glass Co.


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