Everspin reports its financial results for Q1 2023, with continued profit and growth

Everspin Technologies reported its financial results for Q1 2023, with revenues of 14.8 million, at the high end of its guidance and an increase of 3% from 2022. The company's earnings remain positive (now for two years in an row), and cash flow during the quarter was $1.2 million.

Everspin Technologies chip photoThe company says that its product backlog for the rest of 2023 and 2024 remains high, and the company is optimistic regarding its sales in the near future.

Read the full story Posted: May 04,2023

Everspin reports excellent results in Q4 2022, above its high end of guidance

Everspin Technologies announced its financial results for Q4 2022, with revenues of $15.7 million (above the high end of guidance, and up 3% from Q1 2022). The company reported net income of $0.6 million, this is the 7th profitable quarter in a row, and a positive cash flow of $5.2 million.

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In 2022, Everspin reached record revenues of $60 million up 9% from 2022. In the year the company's cash flow from operation was $9.5 million, and the net income was $6.1 million.

Read the full story Posted: Mar 02,2023

Avalanche announces pre-production of its Gen-3 Space Grade Dual QSPI STT-MRAM solution for advanced SoCs and FPGAs

pMTJ STT-MRAM developer Avalanche Technology announced that its Gen-3 Space Grade Dual QSPI solution is now available in pre-production.

The devices are based on the company's latest generation STT-MRAM technology. Avalanche says that the new devices offer significant density, endurance, reliability, and power benefits, over existing memory solutions for aerospace and defense applications, particularly for easily configuring advanced SoCs and FPGAs, which are known to present complex design challenges.

Read the full story Posted: Jan 10,2023

Hprobe releases a new MRAM testing module to help increase production yields

Hprobe, a developer of testing equipment for magnetic devices, announced a new addition to its product line, the RF Pulse Module. The company says that this is the commercially available testing system to both collect statistics of error rate of the memory unit cell and take a deep look into switching dynamics of resistive memories.

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Hprobe's IBEX system

Hprobe says that the RF Pulse Module is two orders of magnitude faster than existing devices and can help increase manufacturing yields. Hprobe has already begun shipping to tier-1 companies and major research institutes around the world.

Read the full story Posted: Dec 03,2022

Bugatti selects Everspin's 256Kb MRAM for its upcoming all-electric supercar

Everspin Technologies announced that Rimac Technology, designer of cars for its sister company Bugatti-Rimac, has selected Everspin's 256Kb MRAM for use in the upcoming innovative all-electric Nevara supercar.

Everspin Technologies chip photoThe MR25H256AMDF 256Kb MRAM device, according to Everspin, is well suited for automotive applications and is qualified to the AEC-Q100 Grade 1 standard for use in demanding memory applications that require extreme reliability in critical data capturing systems.

Disclosure: the author of this post holds share in Everspin

Read the full story Posted: Nov 30,2022

Everspin to build a new MRAM production line in Indiana, hopes to secuire government support

Earlier this year, Everspin Technologies announced that it aims to build a new production line in the state of Indiana, US, that will increase Everspin's production capacity for both Toggle MRAM and STT-MRAM. The company is working with state and federal government sources to secure funding for the new production line.

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Everspin says it also plans to work with the local research community to enhance domestic research for MRAM technology development, creating a Technology Development Center at the proposed Indiana-based location. Everspin says that it is the only US-based commercial manufacturer of MRAM devices today, and increasing its capacity in the US is of strategic importance to its commercial and US Government partners.

Read the full story Posted: Nov 22,2022

Researchers develop sub-volt nanoscale perpendicular VC-MRAM devices

A research team from Northwestern Engineering, led by Prof. Pedram Khalili developed highly efficiency nanoscale perpendicular MRAM (pMTJ) devices that use sub-volt switching. The researcher say that this new technology can allow scaling MRAM to very high densities.

The new devices are referred to as voltage-controlled MRAM (VCM), that does not rely on current like regular MRAM devices. Most VCM devices need high switching voltage (at least 2 volts), but by using a new material structure with significantly higher sensitivity of the magnetic properties to voltage, the researchers were able to operate at less than one volt.

Read the full story Posted: Nov 14,2022

Avalanche to start producing some of its MRAM chips at LA Semiconductor's US-based fab

pMTJ STT-MRAM developer Avalanche Technology announced plans to start producing some of its MRAM devices at LA Semiconductor, a US-based mixed-signal foundry at Pocatello ID (a former onsemi site) with its 180 nm mixed signal and power process capabilities.

Avalanche Technology says that by moving its production  to the US, it shows its commitment to the local aerospace and defense community with an assured source of domestic manufacturing.

Read the full story Posted: Nov 11,2022

Everspin reported its financial results for Q3 2022

Everspin Technologies announced reported its financial results for Q3 2022, with revenues of $15.2 million (close to the end of its guidance, and up 3% from last year) and a net income of $1.9 million.

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Everspin says that its product backlog remains strong, but customer inventory adjustments will have an impact on the backlog in coming quarters. The company continues to relieve its supply chain constraints, which is helping to address its unfulfilled toggle MRAM demand.

Read the full story Posted: Nov 10,2022