Progress on MRAM ... ?

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MRAM, among others, has been coming "Real Soon" for decades now ...

 

EE News wrote:

eVaderis is now ready to license the company’s power efficient MRAM-based subsystems and memory compilers following a successful trial of the technology.

 

http://www.eenewsembedded.com/ne...

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Everspin Technologies also has such (embedded spin torque MRAM) in addition to toggle MRAM (that's not as energy efficient)

Everspin Technologies

Everspin Embedded MRAM

https://www.everspin.com/everspin-embedded-mram

 

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