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June 6th, 2004

Nanotech Memory Chips Might Soon Be a Reality

Abstract:
Nantero, a start-up developing memory chips using nanotechnology, and LSI Logic, a leading maker of specialty microchips, are expected to announce today that they have transferred Nantero's technology to a standard semiconductor production line. Nantero is creating NRAM, a high-density nonvolatile random access memory chip, which it hopes will replace existing forms of memory.

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* NYTimes

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