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Freescale claims magnetic memory breakthrough
Written by Gizmo   
Monday, 10 July 2006 08:07
CHIP FIRM Freescale reckons it's in a position to start selling magnetic memories any day now.

MRAM - magnetoresistive random access memory - holds the promise of fast access times and the ability to store data without needing juice almost indefinitely.

Read more at The Inquirer.

Ya know, this sounds really cool and all, but how long has this stuff been 'just around the corner'?!

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