December 8, 2015
The Changing Face of
Applied Materials looks forward to welcoming you at an evening reception and panel discussion at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington D.C. Join us for a comprehensive technical examination of issues facing the memory segment as semiconductor technology transitions to single-digit nodes.
Memory markets have long been driven by DRAM and NAND, with phase-change memory a niche market and storage-class memory (SCM) noticeably absent. Now, the explosion in data handling and the resulting bottleneck in the cache/memory/storage hierarchy have prompted greater focus on SCM technology to improve performance while NAND goes 3D.
Can today’s 3D NAND be sufficiently improved to remain the leader in the non-volatile memory (NVM) space? If not, what fundamental changes will take place in NVM technology? What role will materials engineering play? What impacts will latency, cost per bit, power, and bandwidth have?
Hear answers to these questions and more from our distinguished panelists.