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Crocus claims technology allows NAND MRAM

6/22/2011 02:24 PM EDT
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goafrit
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re: Crocus claims technology allows NAND MRAM
goafrit   6/23/2011 12:16:35 AM
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Larry, you just nailed it. It is the hype and proving it that will determine the game. We need more data to agree.

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LarryM99   6/22/2011 10:54:26 PM
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To some extent I agree with you, but if they really are near to volume productione then they should be cranking out samples fairly soon. I bet there will be a number of engineers interested in experimenting with these devices to see if they live up to their hype. Larry M.

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Agent J   6/22/2011 4:53:32 PM
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Most scientists and engineers agree with Carl Sagan's well-known assertion that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” This article describes truly extraordinary claims by Crocus, but no technical information whatsoever to support the claims. Invoking a new acronym “Magnetic Logic Unit (MLU) technology” is not helpful. The lack of any technical explanation leaves me wondering if there is a real development here or not. -J

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