Developing a new non-volatile memory (NVM) technology
LoMaRe Technologies Limited (LoMaRe) is a spinout company founded at Imperial College London. LoMaRe has been devoting resources to developing a new non-volatile memory (NVM) technology. Our new NVM technology embraces the merits of other emerging NVM technologies, eliminating fundamental limitations suffered by other concepts. Our NVM technology can be easily applied to all existing electronic products and be suitable for future in-memory computing.
As a fabless semiconductor company, our R&D heavily relies on advanced semiconductor equipment to make the cutting-edge progress we require to stay ahead. In collaboration with Royce Institute, we can easily access a wide range of equipment to advance our development, especially the electrical testing facilities. The collaboration project is to perform a series of electrical tests on each single NVM prototype device under normal operating conditions and obtaining statistics of the device performance. The analysis of test data guides our fabrication and design teams in optimising the devices.
The collaboration project involves performing a series of electrical tests on each single NVM prototype device under normal operating conditions and obtaining statics of the device performance. The analysis of test data guides fabrication and design teams at LoMaRe for optimising the devices.