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July 1st, 2004

Nano memory gets big chip backer

A large semiconductor maker has signed a deal with Nantero to use its technology for making memory with carbon nanotubes, in the second licensing agreement for the nanotechnology start-up. Nantero CEO Greg Schmergel would not identify the licensee, but said on Thursday that an announcement would come in a couple of weeks. Other deals are in process, he said. In June, LSI Logic said that it had licensed the memory technology. Ideally, LSI will incorporate Nantero's technology in products by the end of next year, Schmergel said.


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