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Everspin rocks SRAM boat with 16-Mbit MRAM

Everspin rocks SRAM boat with 16-Mbit MRAM
4/19/2010 04:00 AM EDT
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greenpattern
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greenpattern   8/3/2010 9:22:06 AM
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There is no magnetic field concerns with PCM, however you'd have to worry about heat load, mostly internal. We also have to consider, for the same larger design rule like 180 nm, would Flash still appear more attractive than PCM or MRAM?

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unknown multiplier   8/3/2010 8:53:08 AM
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PCM could be repeating MRAM's history.The history is filled with hype in the effort to dig out an application space. Maybe, at long last, MRAM has found its niches and PCM can do similarly? But with so few well-paying niches, will PCM try to pose as the replacement for MRAM instead?

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neoskeptic   4/19/2010 2:38:59 PM
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hahahahaha

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mark.lapedus   4/19/2010 5:41:48 AM
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Is MRAM gaining traction? Or will it became a mass volume product?

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