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September 2nd, 2010
Looking to commercialize memristor technology, Hewlett-Parkard Co. has signed a joint development agreement with Hynix Semiconductor Inc. The joint effort will develop new materials and process integration technology to transfer HP's memristor technology from R&D to commercial development in the form of resistive RAM (ReRAM).
The deal is non-exclusive, and HP may work with others in the ReRAM arena. However, HP itself does not want to be in the ReRAM business, according to Stan Williams, senior fellow at HP and founding director of the information and quantum systems laboratory at HP Labs.
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