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MMT has patents in MRAM claiming priority as far back as 1992.
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Micromem Technologies Inc. Featured in Medical Device Daily
Article Discusses Future Of Non-Invasive Continuous Glucose Monitors
Compoundsemiconductor.net: GaAs magnetic memory attracts BAE Systems, April 2008
With its demonstration chips out of the foundry, the deals are beginning to roll for Micromem.
The evolution of GaAs into an alternative to silicon in memory technology has progressed a step further, with BAE Systems making an investment in Micromem.
Compoundsemiconductor.net: GaAs memory firm targets 2008 production, October 2007
Fabless Canadian semiconductor firm Micromem is prototyping its MRAM GaAs memory device for medical, military and food irradiation applications.
GaAs memory company Micromem has embarked on a validation program that it hopes
MICROMEM TECHNOLOGIES : completely hot completely early, April 2006
MRAM memory so mentioned is to replace even whole non removable disks in the future. MRAMs are low-priced, fast, currentsaving and exhibit a high transistor density. Memory density is however still limited. This enterprise wants to debark its competition with this future technology.
The experts Nanotech report recommend to speculatively adjusted investors the share of Micromem Technologies (WKN 934279) to the purchase. The Canadian enterprise with its market capitalization of only well 20 million US dollar is nevertheless a ersnt taking competitor of Infineon, NVE or Honeywell. With the development of the Magnetoresistive random Accexx MEMORY memory, briefly, Micromem sets MRAM on the universal storage technology of the future. Already for 2010 becomes the Marktpotenzial on 30 to 50 billion dollar estimated. Micromem could be one of the first enterprises, which present a ready for the market chip. There is to be a prototype. The enterprise is at present thus in the hot phase of the development and must against considerable competition become generally accepted.
TWST, Company Interview, Dr. Kuper, March 2006
TWST: What are the some of the markets that you are addressing?
RFID, NANO-TOOLS, February 2006
RFID is a system to transmit information about an object, such as its identity, by using radio waves. FDA views RFID as the most promising technology to combat the flow of counterfeit drugs to U.S. consumers, and encourages the adoption of RFID by manufacturers and distributors.
Making a Difference, January 30, 2006
EETimes provides a report on selected companies including Micromem Technologies Inc. on their list. Information provided is about Mission, Products, Money, Personnel and few other details.
InsideChips VenturesTM, January 2006 Issue
... Micromem is developing Hall effect MRAM, which is different from the magneto tunnel junction (MTJ) and giant magneto resistance (GMR) RAM approaches other companies are taking. Both MTJ and GMR are thin film technologies that still have hurdles to overcome in terms of both the fundamental science and the economic ability to address target markets.
TWST.com: Questioning Market Leaders For Long Term Investors
Micromem Technologies is a pioneer in magnetic random access memory technology. MRAM is a revolutionary new form of memory which retains all of its information even when power is shut off. MRAM is non-volatile memory and uses magnetic properties of a material to store and process information.
Magnetic memory is "universal" because it will replace all other forms of memory used today. Micromem has been an active developer of magnetic memory for close to seven years, and that sets it apart from its competitors.
Company Seeks to Add MRAM to Tags
Micromem has developed a new memory technology for RFID. Now, the company wants a partner to help commercialize it.
Mar. 24, 2005 - A new memory technology currently being developed will make RFID chips that are faster to read and write to, more robust and cheaper, according to Micromem Technologies
EE Times updates list of 60 emerging startups
The EE Times 60 Emerging Startups list, first published as the Silicon Strategies 60 Emerging Startups list in April 2004, has been updated to version 3.0 to reflect the latest corporate, commercial and technological conditions.
Some companies have dropped off the list, otherwise known as The Silicon 60, because they have been acquired; some have moved to an initial public offering of shares; and others have moved beyond the list with the passage of time.