News Stories and Press Releases
February 14, 2014
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.
January 6, 2014
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.
November 18, 2013
Everspin Technologies today announced that Buffalo Memory is introducing a new industrial SATA III SSD that incorporates Everspin's Spin-Torque MRAM (ST-MRAM) as cache memory.
August 12, 2013
Company surpasses 10M cumulative MRAM product shipments; new investment drives continued sales expansion
Chandler, AZ - Everspin Technologies today announced that it has closed a Series B financing,raising $15 million to accelerate growth in the enterprise storage market and support the launch of its ground-breaking Spin-Torque MRAM (ST-MRAM) products.
June 24, 2013
AEWIN Chooses Everspin’s MRAM in Multiplayer Gaming Systems SGA-5010, R283 and GA-2210 to Enhance Gaming Product Reliability
AEWIN Technologies, a leader in equipment for the amusement and casino gaming industries, today announced that it has selected Everspin's MRAM to enhance reliability and security in its SGA-5010, R283, and GA-2210 systems that execute multi-player gaming.
April 8, 2013
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.
March 26, 2013
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.
March 7, 2013
Quad SPI, which has four serial I/O paths, is an evolutionary upgrade from SPI, which had one serial I/O path.
February 26, 2013
Everspin Technologies today announced the MR10Q010, a new 1-Megabit serial MRAM with a Quad SPI interface.