Weebit completes the design and registration of on-board ReRAM

HOD HASHARON, Israel, July 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Weebit Nano Limited (ASX: WBT), a leading developer of next-generation semiconductor memory technologies, is pleased to announce that it has completed the design and verification stages of its integrated ReRAM module, and taped (released during manufacture) a test chip that integrates this module. This highly integrated test chip will be used as the final platform for testing and qualification, prior to customer production.

Commenting on Weebit’s on-time achievement of another key milestone, CEO Coby Hanoch said, “We implemented the module intelligently, developing unique patent-pending analog and digital smart circuits that dramatically improve the parameters. bay techniques including speed, retention and endurance. The test chip containing this module will allow Weebit to demonstrate to customers a fully functional ReRAM product that can be easily integrated into their system on chip and will allow customers to speed up their design process.

According to Ross Teggatz, an industry veteran in analog / mixed signal design and co-founder and CTO of Nebula Microsystems, “Nebula’s engineering team are known for their high performance and highly efficient analog mixed signal designs. effective. In various power management designs, ReRAM has the potential to enable tighter system integration and lower power consumption, even at high junction temperatures. We congratulate Weebit for developing the design of its ReRAM module, which provides strong validation of the feasibility of this technology for the food industry.

A memory module is an essential component when integrating a memory array into a system on a chip (SoC). It acts as the interface between the memory array and the rest of the system and includes logic that controls how the array is accessed.

The test chip comprises a complete subsystem in which the module is integrated. It also includes a RISC-V microcontroller (MCU), system interfaces, static random access memory (SRAM), and peripherals. Potential customers can use it as a development and prototyping platform for new products such as low power Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

Weebit’s new memory module is easily customizable and forms the basis for the company’s future ReRAM compiler, which will allow customers to automatically reconfigure the design to their specific needs without going through extensive manual design and qualification processes. Manufacturing. The module will also serve as the basis for other ReRAM modules that Weebit will develop, register and qualify in production plants based on customer requests from the end of the year.

The ReRAM module was designed in the 130nm ST process after interaction with potential customers showed it to be the sweet spot for their analog, power, sensor and IoT designs. It includes a 128KB ReRAM matrix, control logic, decoders, I / O (input / output communication elements), and error correction code (ECC).

Weebit expects to have its first silicon ReRAM module onboard by the end of this year. The company plans to demonstrate the module and communicate functional test results in the first quarter of 2022. Qualification of the module is expected by mid-2022.

This announcement has been authorized for publication by the board of directors of Weebit Nano Limited.

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About Weebit Nano

Weebit Nano Ltd. is a leading developer of next-generation semiconductor memory technologies. The company’s revolutionary Resistive RAM (ReRAM) addresses the growing need for significantly higher performance, lower power memory solutions in a range of new electronic products such as Internet of Things (IoT) devices, smartphones, robotics, autonomous vehicles, 5G communications and artificial intelligence. Weebit’s ReRAM enables solid-state memory elements to be significantly faster, cheaper, more reliable and more energy efficient than those using existing Flash memory solutions. Because it is based on materials that are easy to manufacture, the technology can be quickly and easily integrated into existing flows and processes, without the need for special equipment or large investments. See: www.weebit-nano.com or follow us on https://twitter.com/WeebitNano.

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