I'll Take Manhattan

O'Sullivan, Kate
April 2002
Inc.;Apr2002, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p28
Introduces the three-dimensional Memory chip offered by Matrix Semiconductor. Financing of the company; Possible applications of the chip.


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