Nantero’s foundry announcement disappoints

News came last week that stagnating NRAM technology developer Nantero (see also the August 20, 2007 LRNJ) joined with the Silicon Valley Technology Center (SVTC) to accelerate the commercialization of carbon nanotube based memory. As part of the agreement, Nantero will make its oxymoronic “CMOS frie...

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