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Spin Transfer Technologies hopes to disrupt memory chip market with MRAM

Spin Transfer Technologies (STT) is announcing today that it has developed a new kind of magnetic memory chip to take on the mainstay memory chips dominating the multibillion-dollar industry today. Fremont, Calif.-based STT has created magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) chips with circuits that are as small as 20 nanometers apart. (A nanometer is a […]
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