ZettaCore was founded by scientists from the University of California
Riverside and North Carolina State University, along with business executives
with experience in computer, IT and biotechnology firms. The company has
attracted considerable attention in the venture capital community, closing its
first round of funding late in 2001. ZettaCore's venture backers include Draper
Fisher Jurvetson, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Oxford Biosciences, Radius
Venture Partners, Access Venture Partners, Garrett Capital/BancOne and Stanford
ZettaCore is an attractive partner for the semiconductor industry. Our focus has
always been on creating technology and product platforms that can be used
broadly for memory applications and on ensuring that adoption of our technology
can occur in existing and planned semiconductor fabrication facilities using
reliable and established processes. Our technology has the flexibility to be
used across a wide spectrum of products where silicon semiconductor memory is
used. Initial target markets are in areas where the potential for significant
density improvement, reduced cost, and reduced power demand will have the most
value. This includes portable devices such as laptops, PDAs, cell phones and
cameras, as well as desktop and server computers.
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