Weebit Nano joins the Global Semiconductor Alliance

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Weebit Nano, a developer of next-generation memory technologies, has joined the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA).

The GSA brings together the expanding ecosystem encompassing semiconductors, software, solutions, systems and services, and provides a platform for its members to collaborate.

Commenting Coby Hanoch, CEO of Weebit Nano, said: “GSA plays a key role as the global champion for the semiconductor industry, and we’re delighted to join this key organisation. 2022 will be a pivotal year for Weebit as we qualify our ReRAM IP, paving the path to customer volume production. Therefore, as we enter this new commercial phase of the business, it now makes sense for us to join the GSA, enabling us to more deeply engage and collaborate with partners, customers and peers.”

Weebit Nano develops and licenses resistive random access memory (ReRAM), an emerging non-volatile memory (NVM) technology that looks to address the market need for higher performance, scalability, lower power consumption, and lower cost NVM in ICs for a wide range of applications.

Jodi Shelton, Co-Founder and CEO, GSA, said: "Emerging memories represent a growing segment of the semiconductor industry, and Weebit’s innovative ReRAM technology is entering the market at an exciting time. The company’s expertise will be a valuable addition to our discussions and events in support of accelerating semiconductor industry growth and innovation.”