Memoir Systems Delivers Memory 2.0
October 5, 2011 § 2 Comments
No, we aren’t making this up. From Business Wire:
Memoir Systems Writes the Next Chapter on How to Increase System Performance
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct 03, 2011 — Memoir Systems(R) Inc., the Semiconductor Intellectual Property (SIP) startup that delivers breakthrough embedded memory performance, today announced the official launch of the company. Through its unique, patent-pending Algorithmic Memory(TM) technology, Memoir solves the Memory Operations Per Second bottlenecks that are plaguing today’s SoC products…
Adam Kablanian noted, “I am delighted to join the team at Memoir Systems. After spending 25 years in the memory business, I thought I had seen all the innovations that were possible in terms of how to make memories faster. After learning about Memoir’s unique technology, I realized that there are more chapters to write on memory, and I want to be part of that. Memoir’s pioneering technology ushers in the next phase of embedded memory innovation, i.e. Memory 2.0.”
You really can’t make this stuff up, huh?!
It makes for a humorus read, that’s for sure. But what they’re doing really is pretty cool. I remain awed that it’s all ones & zeros | current & no current that’s making even typing this reply possible. Ah, geeks. I salute you.