Micromem Technologies focusing on low-density, radiation-hard applications

Magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM) – which stores information by manipulating the spin of electrons – has been much-discussed but rarely-seen for years. Companies like NVE Corporation and IBM/Infineon joint venture Atlis have labored to develop the fast, nonvolatile, radiation-hard memory with no real comm...

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