Crossbar Inc. develops and licenses resistive RAM technology capable of storing up to one terabyte of data on a single 200mm2 chip. Its products have applications in consumer electronics, mobile phones, tablet computers, and cars to stores personal entertainment, data, photos, and information; enterprise storage, solid-state drives, and cloud computing; and connected thermostats, smart meters, and industrial sensors. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Santa Clara, California.
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Santa Clara, CA 95054
Founded in 2008
Crossbar, Inc. Names Ron Richter as Vice President of Sales
Jun 16 14
Crossbar Inc. announced that Ron Richter joined the company as vice president of sales. Heading up Crossbar's new sales organization, Richter will be responsible for driving the company's global sales strategy and organization as it readies its technology to go to market. With more than 20 years of extensive semiconductor sales and marketing experience, Richter has a solid track record in helping start-ups and multi-billion dollar organizations rapidly expand both intellectual property and product sales. He comes to Crossbar from Silicon Image where, as senior director of business development, he was responsible for worldwide revenue generation and product planning for intellectual property products.
CROSSBAR, Inc. Unveils Crossbar Resistive RAM Technology
Aug 5 13
Crossbar, Inc. unveiled its Crossbar Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology. This new generation of non-volatile memory will be capable of storing up to one terabyte (TB) of data on a single 200mm chip, enabling massive amounts of information, such as 250 hours of HD movies, to be stored and played back from an IC smaller than a postage stamp. Crossbar also announced it has developed a working Crossbar memory array at a commercial fab, a major milestone in the development of new memory technology, signaling its readiness to begin the first phase of productization. Due to its simple three-layer structure, Crossbar technology can be stacked in 3D, delivering multiple terabytes of storage on a single chip. Its simplicity, stackability and CMOS compatibility enable logic and memory to be easily integrated onto a single chip at the latest technology node, a capability not possible with other traditional or alternative non-volatile memory technologies. Crossbar's technology will deliver 20x faster write performance, 20x lower power consumption, and 10x the endurance at half the die size, compared to today's best-in-class NAND Flash memory. With that breakthrough performance and reliability, very high capacity and low power consumption, Crossbar will enable a new wave of electronics innovation for consumer, enterprise, mobile, industrial and connected device applications.