Everspin expands Toggle MRAM product portfolio

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Everspin Technologies, a developer and manufacturer of Magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM) persistent memory solutions, has announced the world’s first 32Mb Toggle MRAM product.

The 32Mb Toggle MRAM (MR5A16A) provides twice the capacity of its current 16Mb solution and enables critical applications, such as storing configurations and setup and data logging in embedded systems that need a higher density option. The device also expands the target applications Everspin is currently addressing with its existing Toggle products and has been sampled with companies in the gaming, industrial and military/aerospace markets.

The device offers higher capacity while maintaining fast read and write access speeds and robust 20-year data retention. In addition, as with other Everspin Toggle products, the 32Mb option provides unlimited cycle endurance for reads and writes across a variety of temperatures, ranging from -40C to +125C, and is available in both BGA and TSOP standard package types for maximum design and system flexibility.

“Due to increasing data sets evolving across a wide range of IoT and industrial applications, our customers are looking for reliable, higher-density persistent memory options to replace legacy SRAM systems,” explained Troy Winslow, VP of Global Sales at Everspin Technologies. “As critical applications push past the current 16Mb capacity, our customers will quickly benefit from our 32Mb Toggle MRAM solution.”

In addition, Everspin has also announced new 2Mb (MR1A16A) and 8Mb (MR3A16A) Toggle MRAM products to better serve customers that require more economical solutions for lower data capacity requirements.

These densities look to complement the 1Mb, 4Mb and 16Mb devices that Everspin has been producing. With these new additions, Everspin now offers a complete portfolio of Toggle MRAM devices, spanning 128Kb to 32Mb in serial and parallel interfaces and several popular packaging options.

The 32Mb and 8Mb Toggle MRAM devices are currently sampling and will be in production the first quarter of 2020. The 2Mb will be sampling later this quarter, with production also following in the first quarter.