At the time of writing, the 4DS share price is up 3.45% trading at 15 cents after hitting an intraday high of 16 cents apiece earlier today.
Let’s take a closer look at today’s news from the memory technology developer.
4DS is working to create more functional, less expensive high-density, high-volume mobile and cloud memory storage.
This storage is needed in modern computers and mobile technology.
4DS has partnered with Belgium-based Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre (imec) to produce a megabit memory chip to run its mobile and cloud storage technology, named Interface Switching ReRAM.
4DS says it’s Interface Switching ReRAM will be the “next generation” of gigabyte mobile and cloud storage.
Currently, 4DS and imec are working together to develop wafers needed in the megabit memory chip.
According to 4DS’ release, the company has received 2 sets of wafers from imec.
One set is 4DS’ Second Platform Lot which, if successful, the company believes will bring it closer to completing a corporate transaction by the end of 2021.
The company now has 18 wafers from its Second Platform Lot at its facility in Fremont.
Additionally, the company used spare capacity on imec’s production equipment to produce a Third Non-Platform Lot of 23 wafers.
According to 4DS, the Third Non-Platform Lot will ensure the company can continue to build data sets for its Interface Switching ReRAM technology..
4DS is now conducting analysis of the wafers. It will update the market on the outcomes of the analysis in time.
4DS share price snapshot
2021 has been a good year for the 4DS share price, which has gained 7.2% year to date.
4DS shares have also gained 200% since this time last year.
The company has a market capitalisation of around $191 million, with approximately 1 billion shares outstanding.