StorAIge: Embedded storage elements on next MCU generation ready for AI on the edge

StorAIge aims to develop and industrialize FDSOI 28nm and next generation embedded Phase Change Memory (ePCM) world-class semiconductor technologies enabling competitive Artificial Intelligence for Edge applications.

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EFECS 2022
Come and visit the StorAIge booth at EFECS 2022!

The StorAige project will hold a booth at EFECS 2022, the European Forum for Electronic Components and Systems from 24 to 25 November 2022 in Amsterdam. This international event aims at “Creating impact by collaborative innovation! For an autonomous and sustainable Europe along the Electronic Components and Systems value chain in Europe”. It provides the…

“Structural and electrical response of emerging memories exposed to heavy ion radiation“, ACS Nano 2022
Emerging memory exposed to heavy ion radiation: two recent works published within StorAIge

Two recent works on emerging memory materials exposed to heavy ion radiation were published in ACS Nano and Journal of Applied Physics. These publications have been prepared by TU Darmstadt,  CEA LETI and CNRS-LTM (Université Grenoble Alpes)) and Fraunhofer IPMS in the framework of the European Projects WAKeMeUP and StorAIge. The experiments reveal that irradiation-induced effects in…

StorAIge newsletter
StorAIge Newsletter #2

Please have a look to the second Newsletter of StorAIge with the summary of the first-year project results and the latest scientific publications! https://mailchi.mp/38235b1944ec/storaige-newsletter-2

Embedded storage elements on next MCU generation ready for AI on the edge

By putting together key players of the AI value chain, storAIge will help to predict and define what tasks AI will be applied to tomorrow at the edge devices with a special focus on Automotive, Industrial/Consumer and Secure applications, providing the best-in-class silicon-based solutions…

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The storAIge work plan structure follows “a value chain like” approach where the applications requirements drive the activities and developments of the overall project, i.e. for the end user and for the technologies and SoC related developments. The path is to go from first requirements, specifications and design phases up to the final products and systems qualification.

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