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MRAM-Info is a news hub and knowledge center born out of keen interest in MRAM memory technologies.

MRAM is a next-generation memory technology, based on electron spin rather then its charge. Often referred to as the "holy-grail of memory", MRAM is fast, high-density and non-volatile and can replace all kinds of memories used today in a single chip.

Recent MRAM News

Hprobe launches a next-generation MRAM wafer sort magnetic test head

Hprobe announced a new magnetic test head for MRAM Wafer Sort. The new module, the H3DM-XL, is at the heart of the latest addition to Hprobe’s IBEX line, the IBEX-WS.

Hprobe MRAM Wafer-Sort Magnetic Test Head (IBEX-WS)

The IBEX-WS test equipment integrates 3D magnetic field capabilities, while increasing field area and uniformity for wafer probing large MRAM arrays. It also features a unique patented robotized 3D Field Calibration Unit (FCU) for high-speed field mapping and monitoring.

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Everspin reports excellet financial results for Q3 2021

Everspin Technologies announced its financial results for Q3 2021. Revenues increased 46.5% from last year to reach $14.8 million, and the company reported a record net income of $880k.

Everspin 1Gb STT-MRAM chip photo

Everspin announced that during the quarter, it entered into two IP monetization deals worth $5.25 million, out of which $1.3 million was recognized in Q3. The rest of the amount will be recognized in Q4.

Taiwan's Semiconductor Research Institute developed an SOT-MRAM device based on a PMA technique

Researchers at Taiwan's Semiconductor Research Institute (TSRI) unveiled a new SOT-MRAM memory device that they developed in collaboration with University scientists.

TSRI SOT MRAM device photo

The new device uses a perpendicular magnetic anisotropy (PMA) technique. According to the TSRI researchers, they are the second team to successfully produce MRAM chips based on PMA (Intel is the first team to have achieved this).

Everspin and CAES MRAM is on its way to Jupiter as part of NASA's Lucy Mission

Advanced aerospace and defense mission-critical electronics developer CAES announced that its radiation-hardened microelectronic devices are on their way to Jupiter, as part of NASA’s Lucy Mission.

CAES UT8MR2M8 16Mb MRAM chip photo

Lucy’s payload is comprised of a high-resolution visible imager, an optical and near-infrared imaging spectrometer and a thermal infrared spectrometer. CAES says that the payloaduses two memory devices - 16 Mbit SRAM and 16 Mbit MRAM. The company's UT8MR2M8 chip (shown above), basedon Everspin's MRAM, is a high performance, space grade, 16Mb non-volatile MRAM device with proven flight heritage.

Samsung is progressing towards 14 nm eMRAM

In March 2019 Samsung Electronics announced that it has started to mass produce its first embedded MRAM devices, made using the company's 28nm FD-SOI process. In early 2021 Samsung announced that it managed to improve the MTJ function of its MRAM, which makes it suitable for more applications, and today, at the company's 5th Annual Samsung Foundry Forum, Samsung provides more details on its MRAM roadmap.

Samsung eMRAM image

Samsung says it is advancing its 14 nm process which will support flash-type embedded MRAM which enables increased write speed and density. Samsung targets applications such as micro controller units (MCUs), IoT and wearables for its next-gen eMRAM.

Avalanche announces new 64Mb industrial x16-interface STT-MRAM memory devices

pMTJ STT-MRAM developer Avalanche Technology announced the immediate availability of new 64Mb Industrial parallel asynchronous x16-interface high-reliability MRAM Persistent SRAM (P-SRAM) memory devices. Avalanche's P-SRAM is based on the company's STT-MRAM technology

Avalanche Technology SPnvSRAM G2 MRAM evaluation board photo

These new deices, the latest in Avalanche's family of Industrial data logging products, require half the board space, consume 1/4th the power and have 3 times the magnetic immunity of the equivalent density Toggle MRAM in Industrial applications.