Hprove was established in March 2017 as a spin-off from SPINTEC, with an aim to develop and produce wafer-level testing equipment for magnetic devices. The company developed a unique patented technology of multidimensional magnetic field generator for STT-MRAM and TMR sensors wafer level characterization and testing.
Established in 2014 in France, eVaderis offers innovative IP solutions based on new, disruptive embedded memory technologies including MRAM and RRAM.
eVaderis’ innovative memory-centric architecture allows a microcontroller unit (MCU) to achieve power, performance and functional gains at the system and software levels. These gains enable advantages such as energy-efficient, non-volatile checkpointing or normally-off/instant- on operation with near zero latency boot.
MRAM-Info, launched in 2004 and based in Israel, is a knowledge hub and web publication focused on MRAM technologies.
MRAM-Info provides news, resources and services to the MRAM industry and is considered to be the leading MRAM publication.
Qualcomm, based in the US, is a global semiconductor company that offers digital wireless telecommunications products and services.
Qualcomm has been researching MRAM since 2010 at least, but not much is known about the company's MRAM program. In January 2013 Qualcomm and Belgium's Imec research center announced an agreement to jointly develop MRAM technologies.
US-based Rambus was established in 1990 as a technology licensing company, famous for its IP on DDR-SDRAM memory. Besides memory systems, the company is also developing security solutions, mobile media integration platforms, LED lighting products and more.
MagOasis, founded in 2006, provides design/analysis software applications and services for the information-storage and allied industries covering magnetic recoding heads, MRAM, Magnetic nanostructures devices, graphene, sensors and more.
MagOasis' MRAM-related software, Spin-Valve Bench (SVB), is a micromagnetic software for the design and analysis of advanced multi-layer spintronic devices. These include modern MRAM cells for non-volatile microelectronic applications, nanowires and magnetoresistive read-head sensors for ultra-high density recording applications.
QuantumWise is a provider of software solutions for development of nanotechnology. QuantumWise bought the assets of Atomistix after it went bankrupt in January 2009. The company is working in close collaboration with the Nano-Science Center at the Niels Bohr Institute of Copenhagen University.
QuantumWise is offering a system of integrated software modules that can accurately calculate properties associated with electron distribution and transport. The software can accurately simulate experiments with spin-dependent transport, as encountered in Tunneling Magnetoresistance (TMR) technologies and Magnetic Nanowires. The software is called "Atomistix Toolkit" (or ATK).
Seagate is one of the world's leading Hard-Disk makers.
In 2008 Seagate's CEO said that the company is developing a next-generation memory technology - something similar to MRAM or Phase-Change memory.