OSAKA -- Panasonic is partnering with Taiwanese chip foundry United Microelectronics Corp. to develop and mass-produce a power-miserly version of a next-generation type of nonvolatile memory known as resistive random access memory, or ReRAM.
The partners plan to use a 40-nanometer fabrication process to manufacture ReRAM chips that can run on as little as one-seventh the power of today's NAND flash memory.
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