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MRAM firm claims 250 design wins in 2011

1/19/2012 06:04 PM EST
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re: MRAM firm claims 250 design wins in 2011
resistion   1/24/2012 5:03:11 AM
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Much reliability data published under Freescale. As long as you have mu-metal shielding around the chip, it's pretty reliable. SRAM, DRAM, MRAM all taken to be sufficiently enduring, without direct measurement, obviously.

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resistion   1/24/2012 4:58:50 AM
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Revenues probably not close to billion. These are only Mb parts as well.

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Sanjib.A   1/23/2012 6:50:11 PM
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It looks like Everspin is doing well! Is there any reliabilty data of these MRAM devices published on the Everspin website or somewhere? How does the reliability compare with the same for the current SRAM parts.

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resistion   1/22/2012 12:43:41 AM
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So that's why they're being sued..

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