Seiko Epson’s Flexible SRAM Memory
A major technology breakthrough in flexible memory by Seiko Epson this week shows the release of a prototype flexible 16kb SRAM memory module.
In a statement Seiko Epson said that they have “succeeded in transferring SRAM circuits initially formed on low-temperature polycrystalline Si TFT glass substrates onto plastic substrates using its proprietary “SUFTLA” technology.”
The SUFTLA process has allowed Seiko Epson to create other flexible mediums using low temperatures. Also, Seiko Epson has confirmed a successful demo of the flexible SRAM using an original 8 bit processor.
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