MRAM to bring $2.1 bln in 2008

Magnetic computer memory (MRAM) combines the speed of SRAM with the non-volatility of Flash. It also offers a low-power memory solution, which eventually may match DRAM's capacity and density.

Magnetic computer memory (MRAM) combines the speed of SRAM with the non-volatility of Flash. It also offers a low-power memory solution, which eventually may match DRAM's capacity and density. All this makes MRAM look like the universal memory solution of the future. According to NanoMarkets, the MRAM market will grow to $2.1 bln by 2008, and $16.1 bln by 2012.

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