Toshiba Corp. of Japan and Infineon Technologies AG of Germany on Thursday announced an agreement to jointly develop nonvolatile ferroelectric random access memory (FeRAM) technology and products.

Nonvolatile FeRAM has the high speed and endurance of widely used dynamic and static random access memories. It can also preserve data in devices when power is switched off.

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