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CVD tool for future memory wins US funds

Structured Materials Industries has earned a US government grant for its patent pending work on chalcogenide CVD, which the company says will boost the development of next-generation memory technologies.

Structured Materials Industries, Inc. (SMI) has received a US National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to develop equipment for manufacturing non-volatile chalcogenide random access memory (C-RAM).

C-RAM is under investigation by electronics industry leaders seeking the heir to the highly successful flash memory technology.

Worth up to $0.8 million in total, the phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant has allowed the Piscataway, New Jersey company to produce and file a patent on a chemical vapor deposition (CVD) tool for making GeSbTe chalcogenide films.

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