​NTU and GlobalFoundries in S$120m tie-up on ReRAM research

Published on : 22-Oct-2019

Technology that will make driverless cars, home sensors and other devices in the Internet of Things (IoT) more durable and cheaper will be researched and developed in Singapore under a new tie-up between the Government, semiconductor firm GlobalFoundries and NTU. The $120 million-in-cash-and-in-kind partnership to conduct research on resistive random access memory (ReRAM) over four years was announced on 21 Oct 2019, where it was witnessed by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat.
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