August 8, 2014

9 Peaks From the Flash Summit

By Rick Merritt, EE Times. Just around the bend in an out-of-the-way corner of the Smart Modular both, Everspin Technologies showed its ST-MRAM chips in a mini-DIMM card. Separately, startup Mangstor announced it will use one of Everspin's 64 Mbit chips to buffer data writes to NAND on its new MX6000 memory card.

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August 6, 2014

SMART Modular Demonstrates PCIe-Based High Speed Persistent Memory Solution Using DDR3 ST-MRAM From Everspin(R) at FMS 2014

SMART Modular Technologies will demonstrate a PCIe-based, high speed, and persistent memory solution using DDR3 Spin-Torque MRAM (ST-MRAM) from Everspin Technologies, Inc.

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August 5, 2014

The Increasingly Diverse World of Storage

By Arthur Cole, IT Business Edge. ... Waiting in the wings ... are a number of advanced storage technologies that promise even further disruption. Magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM), for example, is poised to make its mark on enterprise and cloud-based workloads through companies like Mangstor and Everspin. The pair has teamed up on a new line of intelligent storage devices that provide high-performance acceleration and data protection on streamlined, low-power platforms.

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August 4, 2014

Altera to Demonstrate FPGA Technologies at Flash Memory Summit 2014

SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Altera Corporation will demonstrate its programmable logic technology and present in multiple technology sessions at the Flash Memory Summit at the Santa Clara Convention Center, taking place August 5 to 7, 2014. Altera partner, Everspin Technologies, will also demonstrate porting its ST-MRAM to Altera's Stratix® FPGA family showcasing high reliability and ultra low latency which offers customers the combined benefits of both Flash and DRAM -- improved application performance, data security, system crash recovery time and SSD reliability.

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February 14, 2014

MRAM Technology Status

A study by the NASA Electronic Parts and Packaging Program.  By Jason Heidecker, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California

Each type of memory has a unique set of advantages and disadvantages. The current MRAM technology, known as toggle MRAM, will be the technology of choice for space systems in the coming years. This report focuses on toggle MRAM and its technology, reliability, vendors, and space-readiness.

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January 6, 2014

Storage Visions 2014: Everspin Describes their ST-MRAM Product Roadmap for Storage Products

Phillip LoPresti, Everspin CEO, interviewed during the Storage Visions conference in Las Vegas, reviews the memory requirements for storage, wireless and portable equipments and describes how ST-MRAM technology introduced by Everspin will began to replace DRAM in storage applications within two years. 

 

November 24, 2013

While several Japanese and US memory companies join forces to develop an MRAM replacement for DRAM, Everspin Technologies of Chandler, AZ already markets an MRAM product.

by Brooke Crothers.  While several Japanese and US memory companies join forces to develop an MRAM replacement for DRAM, Everspin Technologies of Chandler, AZ already markets an MRAM product.

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April 8, 2013

ST-MRAM gets practical

J. M. Slaughter, N.D. Rizzo, et.al., review key properties for commercial ST-MRAM circuits, discuss the challenges to achieving the many performance and scaling goals that are being addressed in current development around the world, recent results in the field, and present first results from a new, fully-functional 64-Mb, DDR3, ST-MRAM circuit.

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March 26, 2013

Better, cheaper, faster ways for making (and destroying) memories

The workshop's keynote address, presented by Everspin Technologies Vice President of R&D Jon Slaughter. From the Non-Volatile Memories Workshop at the University of California - San Diego.

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March 7, 2013

Everspin Revealing 1Mb Serial MRAM With Quad SPI Interface

Quad SPI, which has four serial I/O paths, is an evolutionary upgrade from SPI, which had one serial I/O path.

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