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DRAM has been around a long, long time. Is MRAM the next big memory thing?
Freescale Semiconductor launches a business to develop MRAM memory technology.
MRAM chips promise to be faster than most other types of computer memory, but their high price could hold them back.
The companies show off a 16-megabit "MRAM" chip. The technology is being touted as the next wave in computer memory.
The companies say MRAM, or magnetic random access memory, a leading candidate to replace flash memory in cell phones, could be ready for commercial production by 2005.