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News Release from: Cavendish Kinetics | Subject: Nanomech
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 10 June 2004

Novel approach to embedded nonvolatile
memory

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Cavendish Kinetics has developed a major new technology claimed to offer the lowest power and entry-cost embedded nonvolatile memory in the industry.

Cavendish Kinetics, a company born out of Cambridge University, has developed a major new technology claimed to offer the lowest power and entry-cost embedded nonvolatile memory in the industry The company's Nanomech technology is capable of simple incorporation into standard CMOS and other processes and will offer semiconductor companies and foundries a lower power, higher speed alternative to embedded fuse, Flash and EEPROM

The company, which employs 25 people, has its headquarters in the Netherlands and already has functional silicon.

The company's research is based at the Cavendish Laboratories in the UK, and process development is undertaken at facilities in Stuttgart, Germany.

It intends to announce its first IP (intellectual property) product, aimed at the lucrative e-fuse market, in the third quarter of 2004.