Applied Materials enables emerging memories for IoT, AI & cloud: Page 2 of 2

July 10, 2019 //By Peter Clarke
Applied Materials enables emerging memories for IoT, AI & cloud
Applied Materials Inc. has announced the creation of a series of phase vapor deposition (PVD) machines to specifically support the manufacture of magnetic RAM, Resistive RAM and phase-change memory.
be used to store multiple bits.

ReRAM is also a candidate for in-memory computing architectures whereby computing elements are integrated into the memory arrays to help overcome the data movement bottleneck associated with AI computing.

To address this opportunity Applied is introducing the Endura Impulse PVD platform. "We specify the Applied Materials Endura Impulse PVD system with on-board metrology in our ReRAM technology engagements with memory and logic customers because it enables a breakthrough in these critical metrics," said George Minassian, CEO and co-founder of

Sung Gon Jin head of the advanced technology thin film group at SK Hynix, said: "In addition to providing continued innovations in DRAM and NAND, SK Hynix is pioneering the development of next-generation memories that can help boost performance and reduce power consumption.

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