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resistion
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resistion   4/11/2013 8:53:14 AM
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So this should displace the older field-based MRAM technology?

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Kristin Lewotsky   4/11/2013 4:37:43 PM
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My understanding is that it's first and foremost a question of different horses for different courses – toggle MRAM is best for some uses while ST-MRAM is best for others. I did a detailed write up on this work in early January reviewing operation, pros and cons, etc. You can find it at http://www.eetimes.com/design/memory-design/4404019/Tech-trends--Details-on-Everspin-s-ST-MRAM. Cheers, K

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resistion   4/11/2013 8:05:59 PM
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I remember that piece, thanks. But what advantage toggle has over spin torque to stick with it is not clear.

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GermanInTI   4/11/2013 1:18:20 PM
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This should displace more FRAM. Buuuuuuut risky, If there will be a speaker designed near your MRAM. Speakers includes strong magnets inside. Will lose all your important data in MRAM... wow I still suggest FRAM solution more for non-volatile RAM needs. Many vendors also Fujitsu, TI, Cypress, Lapis, Panasonic...

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