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Headquartered in Poway, California with a product development and test center in Chengdu, China, AGIGA Tech was founded in February 2008 as a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor. AGIGA Tech's AGIGARAM products are the world's first high-speed, high-density RAMs that do not need environmentally-unfriendly batteries. The company's products are available worldwide through the Cypress sales force and its distributor partners. More information on the company is available at

Editor's comments:- AGIGA Tech offers non volatile RAM modules which use its PowerGEM (sudden power loss detection and holdup modules).

Other companies in the flash backed non volatile (NV) DIMM compatible memory market include:- Viking, Micron and Netlist.

AGIGA Tech mentions in SSD market history

In May 2009 - AgigA Tech started sampling its new AGIGARAM™ non-volatile system (NVS) technology which delivers densities between 4 megabytes (32 megabits) and 2 gigabytes (16 gigabits) and peak transfer rates equivalent to DRAMs.

In November 2012 - Micron has signed an agreement with AgigA Tech to collaborate to develop and offer nonvolatile DIMM (NVDIMM) products using AgigA's PowerGEM (sudden power loss controller and holdup modules).

In August 2014 - AgigA Tech announced that it was sampling the industry's first DDR4 Nonvolatile DIMM (NVDIMM) to key OEMs and development partners.
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