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T-RAM

(Thyristor RAM) A static RAM (SRAM) technology from T-RAM Semiconductor Inc., Mountain View, CA (www.t-ram.com) that provides higher densities than the common static RAM chip, which uses six transistors (6T SRAM). T-RAM is based on the Thin Capacitively-Coupled Thyristor (TCCT) process. See thyristor.
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T-RAM has successfully completed extensive development of the Thyristor-RAM technology and has delivered a fully manufacturable and robust memory solution with proven yield, reliability, and low-cost of integration in earlier technology nodes.
We are delighted to have Sam bring his experience in developing successful business enterprises and strategic partnerships to lead T-RAM as it progresses towards commercialization of its innovative SRAM memory process technology," said Dado Banatao, Chairman of the Board at T-RAM, and a Managing Partner of Tallwood Venture Capital.
T-RAM is a two-year-old company that is developing a novel memory technology expected to surpass today's high-density, high-performance, six-transistor (6T) SRAM (Static Random Access Memory) devices.
T-RAM is a two-year-old semiconductor company that is developing an innovative computer memory technology that combines the speed of SRAM (Static Random Access Memory) with the density of DRAMs (Dynamic Random Access Memory).
The award for Disruptive Technologies, presented to the team with the most innovative product that defines a significant new market or transforms an existing one and the award for Elegance of Business Strategy, given to the team that has developed a compelling solution to a tangible market need were both presented to Homan Igehy and Farid Nemati of T-RAM with Stanford University.