Weebit Nano Limited (ASX:WBT; Weebit or the Company), a developer of next-generation memory technologies for the global semiconductor industry, confirms demonstration (demo) chips integrating its embedded Resistive Random-Access Memory (ReRAM) module have successfully completed their functional testing phase, a key step towards delivering a commercial product. These are the first available System-on-Chips (SoCs) embedding the Weebit ReRAM array inside its memory module. Potential customers can now use the demo chips to test Weebit’s ReRAM technology ahead of commercial orders and volume production. After receiving the silicon wafers containing the demo chips from manufacturing in December, Weebit, together with its development partner CEA-Leti, sliced the wafers into chips, packaged them, and has now completed functional testing of the chips. Testing included programming (set and reset) and reading of the entire ReRAM array using smart algorithms, error correcting code (ECC) and various data manipulations. It also included testing the operation of the complete sub-system comprising all communication interfaces and system peripherals, as well as software running on the RISC-V microcontroller (MCU). The entire chip is performing as expected.
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