Tag Archives: non-volatile memory

Everspin Announces Sampling of Industry’s First 256Mb Perpendicular Spin Torque MRAM to Customers

Everspin Technologies, the leading producer of MRAM technology and devices, is announcing that they have begun shipping the world’s first product utilizing perpendicular Magnetic Tunnel Junction (pMTJ)-based ST-MRAM  to customers.  Their 256Mb DDR3 product is the highest density commercially available perpendicular ST-MRAM in the market. Everspin’s successes now extend to its third generation MRAM technology, and they are preparing for …

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HP and SanDisk Join The Storage Class Memory Parade With Their Own “1000 Times Faster Than Existing Flash” Technology

HP and SanDisk are announcing a collaborative effort to bring their own new storage technology to market that is “1000 times faster than existing flash”. This new technology is being referred to as “Storage Class Memory” (SCM), and this latest version apparently will combine HP’s Memristor technology with SanDisk’s non-volatile ReRAM memory technology to produce a “universal memory” that can be …

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The Datacentric Era Keynote With LSI CEO Abhi Talwalkar – LSI AIS 2013 Update

Earlier this morning at Accelerating Innovation Summit (AIS) 2013, LSI President and CEO Abhi Talwalkar presented his vision of “The Datacentric World” which primarily focused on instant retrieval of information and real-time analytics. A few examples to illustrate the point came from the video, such as the ability to instantly dispatch first-responders in case of an emergency, or to decipher a …

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Viking Technology Moves Write Cache To Non-Volatile DIMMs To Improve SSD Endurance

Viking Technology has developed non-volatile DIMMs, employing their ArxCis-NV technology to provide data retention in the event of a power failure or system crash.  When these NV-DIMMs are utilized in conjunction with SSDs, the ArxCis-NV creates dramatic improvements in application performance and SSD endurance by being used as the write cache. Instead of relying on customized firmware or software, the …

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