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Structured Materials to Develop Solid Electrolyte Materials for Non-Volatile Memories

Structured Materials Industries, Inc. (SMI) reports that it has received MDA Phase I SBIR funding to investigate and develop solid electrolyte materials for radiation-hard, non-volatile memories. Solid electrolyte technology (also called Programmable Metallization Cell (PMC) Technology) has been demonstrated as a low voltage, high speed, nonvolatile memory at Arizona State University (ASU) by a group led by Dr. Michael Kozicki. In this program SMI will develop an MOCVD process for producing these promising materials in a highly scalable and manufacturable process, taking advantage of the inherent advantages of MOCVD, which include uniformity, conformality, and high material quality as well as excellent compatibility with conventional IC processing.

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