Atomera Launches Latest Tech To Improve OEM Performance, Reduce Costs, Extend Battery Life

  • Atomera Inc ATOM launched its Mears Silicon Technology Smart Profile (MST-SP) technology. 
  • MST-SP applies to 5V power and analog electronics, breathing new life into Moore's Law. 
  • Atomera is squeezing more capability and capacity out of today's semiconductor processes through a combination of atomic-level engineering and advanced material science. 
  • The resulting improvements in power, performance, and area (PPA), the standard measure of Moore's Law, effectively enable the industry to get smaller die sizes using the same process node.
  • MST-SP is currently available to license for 5V power devices.
  • "MST-SP improves performance which will keep costs manageable while enabling OEMs to include ever-more sophisticated power management techniques to extend battery life," CEO Scott Bibaud said.
  • Price Action: ATOM shares traded higher by 0.43% at $23.34 on the last check Tuesday.

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