Numem to Present at IEDM 2018's MRAM Global Innovation Forum
A New Spin on Embedded Memory
SUNNYVALE, Calif., December 4, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Numem (formerly known as NVMEngines, Inc.), the leading provider of advanced MRAM memory IP will be presenting and participating in a panel discussion at IEDM 2018’s MRAM Global Innovation Forum on December 6, 2018 at Hilton Union Square San Francisco.
Jack Guedj, Numem’s CEO, will present “Explosion of Data in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning-enabled IoT Devices is driving Adoption of Emerging Memories” from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m. and participate in the panel discussion “The MRAM roadmap” from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
The exponential growth in Data generated in AI/ML enabled IoT Devices, and availability of lower cost compute at the edge, is driving the need for more efficient embedded memories. This enables to pre-process and filter data, thereby limiting the Data Flow and associated Power to the Cloud with the ability of more autonomous or semi-autonomous capability in systems like Autonomous Vehicle, Smart Factory, Smart Home, Smart City and Smart Healthcare.
Numem’s silicon proven NuRAMTM memory IP Cores, based on MRAM and other Resistive RAM technologies provide an excellent alternative for Microcontroller and SoC Designers to embed up to 3x larger memory sizes in a given area and the ability to retain data at ultra-low power for battery saving or in case of power outage. Numem’s NuRAMTM IP cores bring power/performance/cost benefits and are expected to improve with process scaling over time.
Event: 10th MRAM Global Innovation Forum, December 6, 2018 http://ieeemagnetics.org/index.php?view=details&id=115%3Aiedm-2018&option=com_eventlist&Itemid=117
Where: Hilton Union Square (Golden Gate 2-5) at 333 O’Farrell St., San Francisco, CA
Numem (formerly NVMEngines) headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, is the leading provider of advanced NVRAM memory IP Cores based on its patented NuRAMTH technology. Leveraging 50+ years’ experience in MRAM/Resistive RAM memory design, multiple test chips, and data collected on 100’s of devices, Numem provide an excellent SRAM and eFlash alternative to SoC Designers and Architects. Numem’s NuRAMTM is targeting Microcontrollers and SoCs for applications including: Autonomous Vehicle, Smart Factory, Smart Home, Smart City and Smart Healthcare. Numem’s silicon proven NuRAMTM memory IP Cores enable differentiation a 3x reduction in memory size (or higher density) with 10x lower standby power to extend battery life.