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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This property has motivated a strong interest in using spin-valves as recording bits in non-volatile, magnetic random access memory (MRAM).
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In addition to phase-change memory, there's magnetic random access memory, or MRAM, based on the electron's inherent magnetic property of spin.
The two companies will collaborate in the commercial development of Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM), which uses a magnetic charge, not the normal electronic charge, to store data.