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Tower, Crocus embed MRAM in 130-nm CMOS

10/12/2010 08:34 AM EDT
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re: Tower, Crocus embed MRAM in 130-nm CMOS
krisi   10/13/2010 12:20:15 AM
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Only 4 masks more for MRAM capability sounds like a good deal...is any other foundry offering MRAM capability? Kris

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unknown multiplier   10/13/2010 1:33:10 AM
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Well it's TAS, so it's a power guzzler.

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old account Frank Eory   10/13/2010 2:27:45 AM
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I'd love to hear what the Everspin guys have to say about this.

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