NRAM is Dead! Long Live NRAM!

Warning signs abound that Nantero is making a strategic transition from memory applications to less competitive markets like sensors. While attending the Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, CA, last week, we heard from an ex-Nantero process engineer – now at NOR Flash maker Spansion – that Nantero’s...

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