Everspin's MRAM to fly aboard Airbus' A350

Arizona-based Freescale spin-out Everspin recently announced an agreement with Airbus to deploy its 4Mb and 16Mb non-volatile magnetoresistive random-access memory (MRAM) chips in the flight control computers aboard the new A350 XWB aircraft, scheduled to enter service in 2013. The deal with Airbus ...

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