BAE Systems facing challenges in manufacturing Nantero memory

We recently heard from BAE Systems that its work with Nantero to develop a faster, denser memory chip for military applications like satellites is meeting specs – but manufacturing is proving tough. With successful prototypes of the radiation-hard, non-volatile devices in hand, BAE thought that it c...

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