Crocus Granted Two New MRAM Patents

Crocus Technology announced two new patent grants by the US Patent and Trademark Office and the French Institut National de la Propriete Industrielle (INPI).

The new patents cover use in specialized memory chips known as Content Addressable Memories (CAM), opening the way to denser, faster and less power-hungry CAM, as well as innovative developments in the physics, materials, and manufacturing of MRAM chips with high data stability.  Commercialization of these technologies holds the promise of low cost, advanced technology MRAM to be used in applications ranging from mobile phones and disk drives to personal computers and network routers.

Posted: Mar 29,2009 by Ron Mertens