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Unity Enters Joint Development Program with Micron Technology to Develop a Replacement for Flash Memories

SUNNYVALE, Calif. Jan. 20, 2011

For the last eight years, Unity has been developing CMOx™, an innovative solution for non-volatile solid state memory to replace NAND. CMOx™ is designed to scale beyond the limitations of the legacy transistor technology currently used in NAND flash memory. The agreement is a springboard for Unity’s plans to commercialize CMOx™. The joint development program is anticipated to be completed within the next two years.

David Eggleston

Scott DeBoer

"We are excited to be working with Micron, jointly developing CMOx™ in their state-of-the-art facilities with their world-class engineers. Adoption of new memory technologies is essential to the continuing evolution of new and improved computing and mobile devices," said Mr. Eggleston.

About Unity Semiconductor Corp.

$20 billion Sunnyvale, California www.unitysemi.com

CONTACT:

Unity Semiconductor

Daniel Harrison (Brunswick Group)

(415) 671-7676

[email protected]

SOURCE Unity Semiconductor Corporation

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