News Stories and Press Releases
August 7, 2017
Chandler, AZ, August 7, 2017 — Everspin Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRAM), will be demonstrating significant new technologies at this year’s Flash Memory Summit, August 8-10th at the Santa Clara Convention Center. At this leading event for flash memory technology, Everspin will be launching the new nvNITRO™ Storage Accelerator based on its patented ST-MRAM technology while also demonstrating new industry firsts that far surpass the current capabilities of products in the flash memory market.
August 7, 2017
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Everspin announced it is sampling a Gbit MRAM chip and will be in production this year with 1-2 Gbyte cards based on its 256 Mbit chip. The news at the Flash Memory Summithere marks a small but significant advance for a growing collection of persistent memories at an event focused on the still rising market for mainstream NAND.
July 25, 2017
Everspin to Announce Second Quarter 2017 Financial Results and Participate in the 37th Annual Canaccord Genuity Growth Conference on August 10, 2017
Chandler, AZ, July 25, 2017— Everspin Technologies, Inc., (Nasdaq:MRAM), the world's leading developer and manufacturer of discrete and embedded Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM), today announced that the company will release its second quarter 2017 financial results for the quarter ending June 30, 2017 before the market opens on August 10. Everspin will also host a conference call before participating in the37th Annual Canaccord Genuity Growth Conference on the same day.
May 31, 2017
There are many developments on flash memory to discuss, including the latest developments in the Toshiba NAND flash fab bidding, a new SSD from WD and Seagate’s solid-state hard drive (SSHD) for high performance enterprise applications. In addition, MRAM growth as an emerging solid-state memory is evident in Everspin’s quarterly announcements as well as announcements and talks from Samsung and TDK.
May 22, 2017
Chandler, AZ, May 22, 2017— Everspin Technologies, Inc., (Nasdaq:MRAM), the world's leading developer and manufacturer of discrete and embedded Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM), today announced that the company will participate in two investor conferences in June:
- Stifel 2017 Technology, Internet & Media Conference in San Francisco on June 5
- Needham’s Inaugural Automotive Tech Day in New York City on June 6
May 22, 2017
In the world of computer chips, all glory goes to the microprocessor, and especially to the kind that Intel sells, which serves as the brains of your personal computer.
But there are many other kinds of chips in the universe of semiconductors, some increasingly more important.
This magazine argued in a 2015 cover story that memory...
May 12, 2017
Chandler, AZ, May 12, 2017— Everspin Technologies, Inc., (Nasdaq:MRAM), the world's leading developer and manufacturer of discrete and embedded Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM), today announced the financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2017.
May 4, 2017
Chandler, AZ, May 04, 2017 — Everspin Technologies, Inc., the world's leading developer and manufacturer of discrete and embedded MRAM, today announced the appointment of Annie Flaig as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales. Flaig will be responsible for day-to-day operations for all aspects of direct and indirect sales, as well as overseeing Everspin’s channel ecosystem. She will lead the efforts to increase revenue and expand market activities, as well as contribute to the marketing and business strategy for Everspin products.
March 29, 2017
Chandler, AZ, March 29, 2017 — Everspin Technologies, Inc., the leading provider of MRAM solutions, today announced that Kevin Conley, former CTO of SanDisk, Corp., and Mike Gustafson, former Chairman and CEO of Virident Systems, have been elected to Everspin’s Board of Directors. Bob England, who has served on Everspin’s board since July 2009, will be retiring in May 2017.
March 27, 2017
Beginning in the late 1960s you could bet that every 18 to 24 months the number of transistors on a semiconductor would double while its cost fell 50%. Now that predictable pattern -- dubbed Moore's Law -- is no more.
Does that mean the companies that used to follow Moore's Law -- such as Intel, Qualcomm, and Western Digital (I have no financial interest in the companies mentioned in this post) -- are fated to a future of mediocrity? Or can they build or buy their way to faster growth?