magnetic random access memory


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magnetic random access memory

[mag¦ned·ik ‚ran·dəm ′ak‚ses ‚mem·rē]
(computer science)
A nonvolatile memory in which submicrometer-sized magnetic structures store digital information in their magnetic orientation. Abbreviated MRAM.
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NIST staff have explored the use of rare-earth dopants to control the high-speed dynamics in magnetic thin films used in magnetic recording heads and magnetic random access memory (MRAM).
Crocus Technology, a premier developer of Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM), continues to expand the reach of its IP coverage by today announcing two new patent grants by the US Patent and Trademark Office and the French Institut National de la Propriete Industrielle (INPI).
Such quantum-mechanical junctions are the foundation of a fledgling memory technology called magnetic random access memory, or MRAM.
Magnetic random access memory (MRAM) could enable nonvolatile RAM with the high speed of today's static RAM and the high density of dynamic RAM.
Crocus Technologies, a premier developer of Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM) products and technology, today announced that Ken Hines has joined its team as Vice President of Business Development.
For a number of years, researchers and scientists have been attempting to develop Magnetic Random Access Memory, or MRAM technology, as a highly probable candidate for 'universal memory,'" says Joseph Fuda, CEO of Micromem Technologies Inc.
Crocus Technologies, a premier developer of Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM), today announced that it has qualified its complete manufacturing environment for the development and rapid prototyping of MRAM.