MRAM-Info gets a new responsive design

Today we launched MRAM-Info's new design. The changes are not dramatic, but we changed some of the menu system, made the site (hopefully) cleaner and more modern. Most importantly, this design is now mobile-friendly and should prove easier to read on smartphones.

MRAM-Info homepage responsive design 2015

We hope this design will make the site nicer and easier to read, we'll be happy to hear your thoughts and comments!

Read the full story Posted: Nov 25,2015

Samsung are collaborating with 15 partners on STT-MRAM innovations

Back in June 2013 Samsung Electronics launched a global research outreach program aimed towards STT-MRAM innovation. The Samsung Global MRAM Innovation (SGMI) wanted wanted to reach out to colleges, universities and research labs from all over the world to explore breakthrough and innovative STT-MRAM research.

Samsung ran a short ad campaign on MRAM-Info and Spintronics-Info to help discover partners. Samsung informed us that they received lots of best and most novel proposals on a range of compelling research subjects. They are now collaborating with 15 SGMI partners. Hopefully we'll someday hear of the advances made through these collaborations.

Read the full story Posted: Apr 06,2014

MRAM-Info's infrastructure updated

I'm happy to announce that MRAM-Info's infrastructure was updated today. MRAM-Info is based on the open-source Drupal CMS, and we updated from version 6 to version 7. As a reader you will not find many differences, but hopefully it will enable a more stable, safe and quick web site.

If you do find any bugs or glitches, please let us know.

Read the full story Posted: Mar 25,2014

Samsung to looking for global STT-MRAM research partners, offers funding and collaboration

Samsung Electronics launched a new global research outreach program aimed towards STT-MRAM innovation. The Samsung Global MRAM Innovation (SGMI) is looking for colleges, universities and research labs from all over the world to explore breakthrough and innovative STT-MRAM research.

Samsung invites submissions for novel ideas on STT-MRAM research - and the selected proposals will receive financial support from Samsung. Samsung will give around $70,000 to $150,000 for one year research (which may be extended for up to three years). They may also offer larger funds for exceptional proposals. The deadline for submission is September 28, 2013.

Read the full story Posted: Jun 04,2013

Looking to reach MRAM professionals?

MRAM-Info is the web's leading MRAM focused site - targeting mostly industry professionals and researchers. Our site is read by thousands of readers each month - people who want to learn more about MRAM technology, the market and the industry.

Our site represents a great opportunity to expose your MRAM related products or services, as not many publications are focused on this technology. We offer several ad options, and we'll be happy to extend a special discount till the end of 2012 - if you order a thee-months campaign, we'll give you one month free. When ordering a six month campaign we'll give you two :-)

Read the full story Posted: Sep 09,2012

VDC research is performing an MRAM user satisfaction survey, help them out!

Global research firm VDC is presently conducting a worldwide MRAM user satisfaction research study for embedded hardware and embedded software development professionals, product managers and directors, and technology procurement specialists. VDC’s brief 16-question online survey is designed to capture confidential feedback from both early adopters of MRAM, as well as organizations that have chosen not to adopt MRAM at this time.

“VDC sees the global market for MRAM in 2011 at a critical inflection point for potential growth,” said VDC analyst Richard Dean. “With a number of well-funded start-up firms already shipping commercially to customers or expecting to begin shipping this year, MRAM adoption appears to be gaining considerable momentum. However, challenges remain, particularly as MRAM suppliers attempt to define their value propositions against competing incumbent memory technology.”

Read the full story Posted: Jan 07,2011