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May 16, 2018 //By Peter Clarke
Microsemi revealed as Crossbar ReRAM licensee
Microsemi Corp. (Aliso Viejo, Calif.), the mixed-signal, power, RF and FPGA vendor that is being acquired by Microchip Technology Inc., has been named as a chip-level licensee and user of ReRAM non-volatile memory technology from Crossbar Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.).

Dubois said he did not think Microchip's proposed acquisition of Microsemi would present to problem. "It might even accelerate the uptake of Crossbar technology," he told eeNews Europe.

Microsemi is licensing Crossbar's ReRAM core intellectual property and as part of the agreement the two companies will collaborate in the research, development and application of Crossbar’s proprietary ReRAM technology in Microsemi's next generation products.

"We are very pleased with the Crossbar license as their unique and highly scalable ReRAM technology allows us to plan power-efficient, high performance products across a multi-generation roadmap," said Jim Aralis, CTO of Microsemi, in a statement issued by Crossbar.

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