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Crossbar to Showcase ReRAM in Action at Leading-Edge Embedded NVM Workshop in France

GARDANNE, France –– September 21, 2017 — Crossbar, Inc., the ReRAM technology leader, announced today that it will be attending the Leading-Edge Embedded NVM Workshop on Sept. 25-27 in Gardanne (Aix en Provence area), France. This workshop is dedicated to embedded non-volatile memories and takes place every two years, organized with the support of the “Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne,” a French engineering school.

The aim of the Workshop is to bring together researchers and industries from both sides of the chain around Embedded Non-Volatile Memories: designers and manufacturers on the one hand and contractors and end-users on the other hand. The workshop will cover themes dedicated to embedded non-volatile memories, during a three-day conference program.

Crossbar will be available to meet with customers and will also speak at the Workshop: 

Who: Sylvain Dubois, vice-president of Business Development & Marketing of Crossbar

What: “Unleash new system architectures with Crossbar ReRAM for embedded applications and storage class memories”

When:  TuesdaySeptember 26, 2017 at 9 a.m.

Where: Provence Microelectronics Centre, Gardanne

About Crossbar, Inc.

Crossbar is the leader in ReRAM technology, enabling kilobytes to terabytes of always-on data storage to be embedded into any processor, microcontroller, FPGA or as a standalone memory chip. Crossbar ReRAM lets designers rethink the compute/storage paradigm, free from the constraints of traditional flash and DRAM memories. From “persistent memory” that brings data closer to CPU to “cognitive memory” that enables in-memory computing without a host CPU, ReRAM is ushering in a new era of data storage and processing for both edge and cloud computing. For more information, visit crossbar-inc.com.

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