November 19, 2014

Chandler's Everspin Tech finds partner for new line of battery-less computer memory

Everspin Technologies Inc. is ready to build its new generation of computer and electronics memory that doesn't need batteries, and it's got a new partner to help it.
The Chandler-based company announced late last month it will work with Santa Clara, California-based GlobalFoundaries to develop silicon wafers for the latest version of its magneto-resistive random access memory.

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October 29, 2014

Magnetic Trends Driving Storage and Future Memory Markets

The introduction of non-volatile memory as main memory in computer systems could fundamentally change computer architectures and the way we use microprocessor-based systems. Current ST MRAM market leader, Everspin, has reached an agreement with GLOBALFOUNDRIES to supply 300 mm CMOS wafers with Everspin's ST-MRAM technology (Everspin says that they have shipped over 40 M MRAM chips).

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October 29, 2014

Everspin signs production agreement with GlobalFoundries, sold over 40 million MRAM chips

Everspin Technologies entered into a partnership with GlobalFoundries to build fully processed 300mm wafers with Everspin's ST-MRAM technology, starting with GF's 28-nm and 40-nm low-power CMOS platforms. As part of the agreement, GlobalFoundries invested an undisclosed amount in Everspin, and they already acquired ST-MRAM processing equipment (40-nm).

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October 27, 2014

Everspin deal with Global Foundries may push MRAM chips to production faster

Everspin has signed up chip maker Global Foundries as a manufacturing partner for its next-generation MRAM (Magnetoresistive RAM) memory chips, in a development that should help the promising technology move toward mass production.

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October 27, 2014

Everspin and Globalfoundries team up on MRAM

Everspin is teaming up with GlobalFoundries to offer MRAM on 40nm and 28nm processes. This is an interesting move considering the last devices we saw from them were on 180nm.

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October 16, 2014

Q&A: Everspin Takes MRAM to the Mainstream

In this interview with Electronic Design's Bill Wong, Everspin's Joe O'Hare describes how MRAM will move to the mainstream through commercialization of the company's ST-MRAM storage products, along with plans for a flexible, scalable embedded memory targeting advanced CMOS ASICs and SoCs of the future.

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August 17, 2014

Emerging Solid State Storage And Higher Endurance Flash

By Tom Coughlin, Forbes. ... Mangstor, a manufacturer of NVMe solid-state drives, announced that they were using Everspin's Spin Tunnel Torque Random Access Memory (STT-RAM) to replace some DRAM in their recently introduced MX6000 family of high performance NVMe intelligent storage devices for enterprise and cloud applications. The STT-RAM reduces write data latency while protecting against power loss.

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August 14, 2014

Paul Acorn of TweakTown interviews Joe O'Hare of Everspin Technologies

Flash Memory Summit 2014 - Joe O'Hare, Director of Marketing at Everspin Technologies, sits down with Paul Acorn of TweakTown to discuss Everspin's progress in developing a DDR3 interface MRAM for the data storage market.

August 14, 2014

Everspin Ramps Production of ST-MRAM

CHANDLER, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Everspin Technologies, Inc., the world's leading developer and manufacturer of MRAM worldwide, today disclosed several new customer and ecosystem relationships as it ramps production with the world's first commercially-available Spin Torque MRAM (ST-MRAM). Everspin will be at the Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara from Aug 5-7, showcasing solutions based on its ST-MRAM with FPGA leader Altera (Booth #621), leading memory module supplier SMART Modular Technologies (Booth #222), memory solutions provider Mobiveil (Booth #721), and Enterprise Non-Volatile Memory Express NVMe Storage Solutions leader Mangstor.

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August 12, 2014

Flashy Solutions: New Tech From The Flash Memory Summit

By Joseph F. Kovar, CRN. Everspin, of Chandler, Ariz., moved to shake up the memory market when it demonstrated what it called the world's first commercially-available Spin Torque MRAM (ST-MRAM). Unlike conventional memory, where electrons are moved in a circuit to indicate a bit value of 0 or 1, ST-MRAM adjusts the actual spin of the electrons to increase performance while remain non-volatile. Everspin worked with Altera and Mobiveil to demonstrate a PCIe-based storage system featuring low latency and high endurance, and with SMART Modular Technologies to demonstrate DDR3 non-volatile DIMM using ST-MRAM.

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