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Everspin nvNITRO NVMe Storage Accelerator Family Announced

Everspin nvNITRO NVMe Storage Accelerator Family Announced

Everspin nvNITRO NVMe Storage Accelerator Family Announced Everspin unveils a new low latency, PCIe NVMe card based on Spin Torque MRAM Everspin Technologies, Inc., the leading provider of MRAM solutions, today announced its nvNITRO line of storage accelerators which delivers extremely fast read and write times with ultra-low latency. Everspin is introducing initial capacities of …

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Everspin 256Mb Perpendicular Spin Torque MRAM Released

Everspin 256Mb Perpendicular Spin Torque MRAM Released Everspin to demonstrate the benefits of its proprietary pMTJ MRAM technology at Flash Memory Summit Everspin Technologies strengthens its leadership position in MRAM by shipping the world’s first product using perpendicular magnetic tunnel junction (pMTJ) based ST-MRAM to customers.  This 256Mb DDR3 product is the highest density commercially available …

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Everspin and Aupera AupM001 M.2 Form Factor All-MRAM Storage Module Released

Everspin and Aupera AupM001 M.2 Form Factor All-MRAM Storage Module Released

Everspin and Aupera AupM001 M.2 Form Factor All-MRAM Storage Module Released Aupera’s M.2 MRAM Module AupM001 is designed with Everspin’s EMD3D064M ST-MRAM, creating a new class of product to enable higher performing Flash Array Systems. Everspin Technologies, Inc.,  the world’s leading developer and manufacturer of discrete and embedded Magnetoresistive  RAM, “MRAM”, and Aupera Technologies Inc., …

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Everspin MR10Q010-EVAL MRAM-Based Shield Evaluation Board Debuts

Everspin MR10Q010-EVAL MRAM-Based Shield Evaluation Board Debuts

Everspin MR10Q010-EVAL MRAM-Based Shield Evaluation Board Debuts Everspin to display the 1Mb Quad SPI MR10Q010-EVAL at Embedded World 2015 with the NUCLEO-F411RE from STMicroelectronics Everspin Technologies, Inc., the world’s leading developer and manufacturer of discrete and embedded MRAM, today announced a new MRAM-based shield evaluation board that is designed for compatibility with any Arduino-derived host platform …

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