It is not a standard part of the IEC, IPC , IEEE or any international standards committee. It was a hyped name from HP to gain advantage on patents. They use symbols for analog non-linear parts such as; diodes, Schottky diodes, Diacs, SCR's and Triacs.
Although not being on these committees, I can not confirm but I suspect the reason was not to open a pandora's box for new schematic logic symbols for memory technology when this level of complexity added to schematics offers no readability enhancement to a block with signal names and Reference Designator U1, U2 for memory array chips.
All complex VLSI chips are designed with detailed schematics inside the chip as are memory cards and chips, but for users at the integration level, digital logic at high complexity is simplified to rectangles with P/N's pin #'s & signal names.
If HP did that, anyone could claim they have a new part.. Take my invention of the ANALOGIC capture array which is both analog and digital. It captures a finger print in 3D and converts it a 2D unique digital signature and used globally around the world. I may be able to get patent rights for the this new A-L symbolic part name and in 3 color senses I will call it the tridactor image memory cell or AnalLogic A-L for short;)
All jokes aside, if we had a different logic symbol for every memory or imaging technology invented in the last 5 years and the next 5 years, they would outnumber all the rest of the analog symbols in use and offer no improvement in logic for reading schematics or ordering parts.