Intermolecular announces agreement with SanDisk and Toshiba

Intermolecular, Inc. today announced that the development activity related to the Collaborative Development Program agreement with SanDisk and Toshiba has reached its successful conclusion.

“The objective of the CDP was to prepare certain memory technology for future production, and we are proud to have worked with SanDisk and Toshiba over the last four years to achieve the goal of our collaboration. We believe that we have helped them develop such memory technology with the potential to be the industry leader in non-volatile memory capability,” stated Dave Lazovsky, president and chief executive officer at Intermolecular.

Intermolecular is known for developing an approach to accelerate research and development, innovation, and time-to-market for the semiconductor and clean energy industries. The approach consists of its proprietary High Productivity Combinatorial platform, application-specific workflows and its multi-disciplinary team.

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