Flash memory is not suited to all applications, having its own problems with random access time, bit alterability, and write cycling.
These new emerging non-volatile random access memory products address the urgent need in some specific and small-form devices.
This study is intended to benefit existing and future manufacturers of solid-state memories who seek to expand revenues and market opportunities by moving into new technologies such as emerging non-volatile random access memory products which are positioned to become a preferred solution for many applications, such as automotive (e.
A dynamic company, Random Access represents a compatible business model which will thrive as a part of ENTEX.
As of May 15, 1995, Random Access had 6,793,000 shares of outstanding common stock, making the total cost of the acquisition over $23 million.
The agreement is contingent upon regulatory approval and approval of a 2/3 majority of Random Access shareholders.
Based on the Storwize's Random Access
Compression Engine[TM] (RACE), Storwize STN appliances transparently compress primary storage between 50 and 90 percent without changes in performance, storage, applications, networks, or processes.
memory can be expanded to 8MB, and a numeric coprocessor upgrade is available.
Ramtron International Corporation (Nasdaq:RMTR) is the leading supplier of nonvolatile ferroelectric semiconductors, including serial and parallel ferroelectric random access
memory (FRAM) devices and mixed-signal devices that integrate a variety of commonly needed discrete analog and mixed-signal functions for processor-based systems.
OTCBB:MMTIF) a Toronto-based developer of magnetic random access memory (MRAM), is pleased to announce the filing of its unaudited interim financial statements for the nine month period ended July 31, 2005, together with the Management's Discussion & Analysis, with SEDAR and EDGAR.
Micromem is focused on the development of magnetic random access memory (MRAM) technology.
Ramtron International Corporation (Nasdaq:RMTR), the leading developer and supplier of nonvolatile ferroelectric random access
memory (FRAM) products, today announced the appointment of Theodore J.