Virginia Nanoelectronics Center Aims at Developing Next-Generation Electronics

By Corporate Communication - 2011-05-26

Virginia Nanoelectronics Center Aims at Developing Next-Generation Electronics. Micron Technology’s site in Manassas, Virginia recently partnered with the University of Virginia and the Commonwealth of Virginia to announce the creation of the Virginia Nanoelectronics Center (ViNC).

"The formation of ViNC underscores the long-term research partnership that Micron has enjoyed with the University of Virginia," said Scott DeBoer, Micron's vice president of process research and development. "The University has a strong history of research related to next-generation memory and logic switch technologies that have been funded under innovative programs such as the Virginia Microelectronics Consortium, the Nanoelectronics Research Initiative and nanoSTAR."

Read the press release to learn more about how research conducted at ViNC will serve as the foundation for producing faster, smaller and more affordable computer applications.

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