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Startup from former Seagate CEO working on smaller chips

Posted on Monday, May 04 2009 @ 19:23:21 CEST by

Bill Watkins, Seagate's former CEO, has joined the board of Vertical Circuits, a startup that's working on 3D stacking technology to cram large amounts of flash memory into a tight space.
The Silicon Valley veteran has joined the board of Vertical Circuits, a start-up that has come up with a technique for cramming large amounts of flash memory into a tight space. By using Vertical Circuits’ technology, device makers can fit lots of high-speed memory into their products and leave more room for bigger displays and larger batteries.

“The thing that has stunned me is how much a Dell or Apple will pay for thinness,” Mr. Watkins said. “There’s a big difference for them between 2mm and 1mm on some of this stuff.”
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