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2014-08-27 Understanding STT-MRAM
STT-MRAM can take the place of low-density DRAM and SRAM, especially for mobile and storage devices. But what is it and how does it differ from MRAM?
2008-06-27 Samsung, Hynix partner on STT-MRAM
The world's two largest memory chip makers forged an alliance Wednesday to develop next-generation semiconductors so South Korea can stay ahead of foreign rivals, according to an Agence France Presse report.
2012-11-19 Imec, Canon Anelva team up on STT-MRAM
The research focusing on spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random access memory will run in the framework of Imec's R&D program on advanced emerging memory technologies.
2016-02-02 Flash, Re-RAM and STT-MRAM uncover dev't concerns
Various challenges in memory research point to the scaling of classical memories and the emergence of novel memories capable of enabling innovative applications or new system hierarchies.
2012-12-13 Toshiba says MRAM future of mobile processors
The STT-MRAM structure has the lowest power consumption yet reported and is about one-tenth that of prior reported prototypes.
2000-11-22 Test Article by: Toper
The research focusing on spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random access memory will run in the framework of Imec's R&D program on advanced emerging memory technologies.
2012-11-21 Memory to make a splash at ISSCC 2013
Non-traditional memory architectures could steal the show from more structured analytical papers to be presented at the International Solid State Circuits Conference.
2013-05-22 Imec, Globalfoundries team up for high-density memory
The organisations aim to advance spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random access memory (STT-MRAM) technology that is presented as an alternative to SRAM and DRAM.
2014-09-01 Faster magnetic memory switching promises new use cases
Researchers from A*STAR IHPC developed novel techniques to improve STT-MRAM memory by identifying design options for achieving faster switching speeds, and hence faster data write times.
2012-08-02 Avalanche Technology raises $30 million to market MRAM
Avalanche Technology has found a Russian financer, which has provided them with $30 million to productize their technology.
2013-07-08 Addressing memory scaling concerns
Here are some promising research and design directions to overcome challenges posed by memory scaling.
2014-09-02 SONOS returns, finds use in IoT
Cypress Semiconductor sees that the 1960s-developed silicon oxide nitride oxide silicon technology has what it takes to address the scaling and power challenges in connected devices.
2011-06-03 Singapore's A*STAR to develop 16Kbit RRAM
The development of a 16Kbit RRAM prototype and memory controller is being pursued under a strategic partnership between A*STAR's Data Storage Institute (DSI) in Singapore and 4DS Inc.
2008-01-25 Samsung, Hynix partner on next-gen memory R&D
South Korea's Samsung and Hynix are jointly investing about $9.4 million in state-supported R&D program to acquire the necessary technologies to make next-generation memory chips.
2010-07-08 Qualcomm plans to rev up struggling lines
Qualcomm Inc. launched a number of new initiatives for many of its lesser-known products including Brew OS, Snapdragon and MediaFlo mobile TV.
2013-02-26 MRAM, PCM to lead $2B NVM market
The global emerging non-volatile memory market will grow from a value of $209 million in 2012 to $2 billion in 2018, with MRAM and PCM taking the lead.
2014-04-23 MRAM plots a 50 per cent CAGR increase
In addition to its non-volatile appeal, the growth is seen to be driven by power savings from storing data using magnetic element, yielding $246.3 million by 2019.
2010-12-09 ICs seen to scale via 3D TSV
Chip scaling is becoming harder and costlier entering into the sub-20nm realm, thus, the industry is looking for new materials, structures and processes, says a technologist from Samsung.
2012-06-14 IBM, SK Hynix team up in memory tech
SK Hynix is now covering three bets on future memory technology with agreements in place with Toshiba on magnetic RAM, with Hewlett-Packard Co. on resistive RAM (ReRAM), and with IBM on PCRAM.
2008-12-23 Coming soon: Universal memory
A slew of promising "universal memory" technologies were unveiled at the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), but don't look for mass adoption anytime soon.
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