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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.
HP, Dell, and Toshiba product releases for the week of June 9, 2008.
Spansion's CEO says its "charge-trapping" idea will save the flash industry. Now he's reaching out to partners.
Big Blue teams up with TDK to develop a magnetic type of memory chip called STT-RAM; 65-nanometer prototype expected within four years.
Magnets in a chip. That's the idea from Grandis, whose Spin-Transfer Torque RAM chips are set to hit the market late next year.
MRAM chips promise to be faster than most other types of computer memory, but their high price could hold them back.
Micron Technology CEO Steven Appleton talks about solid-state gains and competing globally from Idaho.
Japanese giants tout methods to reduce MRAM's power consumption, cell size.