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Electronics Production | July 10, 2006

Freescale moves into MRAM

Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has launched its first 4-Mbit magneto-resistive random access memories (MRAM).
Freescale's move into volume MRAM production after two years of sampling represents a breakthrough. “Freescale's entry says we are now officially in the era of new memory technology," said Semico Research analyst Bob Merritt.

MRAM's entry comes after several decades in which DRAM, SRAM, and flash have dominated the memory industry, with ferroelectric (FeRRAM) memories also gaining a toehold, according to EETimes.

The price is set to $25 per chip for Small-volume sales.

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