Lucata (Formerly Emu Solutions)



Lucata is commercializing technologies to eliminate the bottleneck between memory and logic capabilities in computer systems. An increasingly common and critical issue for businesses and government, the proprietary "Enhanced Memory Utilization (EMU)" hardware and software technology frees the flow of data between processors and memory. The company was founded in 2004 by Notre Dame computer science and engineering professors Peter Kogge and Jay Brockman and California Institute of Technology researcher Ed Upchurch. The technology draws on patents licensed through the University of Notre Dame.


Jonathan Oyler

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