Everspin announced its financial results for Q4 2016. Revenues for the quarter reached $7.1 million (up from $6.8 million in Q4 2015) and the net loss reached $5.3 million (down from $6.3 million in Q4 2015).
For the whole of 2016, revenues were $27.1 million - up slightly from 2015 ($26.5 million). The net loss in 2016 was $16.7 million. Everspin says that most of the revenue in Q4 came from first-generation Toggle MRAM products. The company reports that design activity for both Toggle and STT-MRAM products continues to gain traction.
Everspin further reports that its toggle MRAM chips were chosen by a "major automotive maker" to be used in its in-car infotainment system and emergency call function.