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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IMMS at the RFID 2024 conference

IMMS will present their latest results from the StorAIge project at the 18th Annual International Conference on RFID, RFID 2024 in Boston : Charge Pump System with Controlled Input Impedance for Optimized RFID Energy Harvesting Rohit Kesharwani, André Jäger, Martin Grabmann, David Schreiber, Georg Gläser, Hani Abdullah, and Eric Schäfer Abstract Efficient energy harvesting is crucial…

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Understanding the mechanisms underlying the microstructural evolution of dielectric layers… from TU Darmstadt

Discover the lastest scientific publication of TU Darmstadt in Nano Letters, within the StorAIge project! Texture Transfer in Dielectric Layers via Nanocrystalline Networks: Insights from in Situ 4D-STEM R. Winkler et al. Nano Lett. 2024 Mar 13;24(10):2998-3004. doi: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.3c03941 Abstract: Transition metal oxide dielectric layers have emerged as promising candidates for various relevant applications, such…

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An interactive and successful StorAIge 30 months General Assembly meeting!

This milestone meeting took place from March 12 to 14 2024, at IMA, in Prague (Czech Republic). More than 80 project members, including 30 people on site, shared their latest results! Highlights included two interactive workshops on 1) the impact of the innovations developed within the project and 2) the ethics, with a discussion on…

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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