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MMT has been named one of the top 50 companies to watch two years in a row.
MMT has patents in MRAM claiming priority as far back as 1992.
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Volatile Memory Devices
Volatile memory devices are not directly competitive to MMT's technology. They fall into a separate class of memory. Volatile memory loses its stored information when the power is shut off. It is important to note what the common types of volatile memory are that are being worked on today, should applications intersect and also to help define MMT's sector. Examples of volatile memory include SRAM, DRAM and MOSFET.
Non-Volatile Memory Devices
Non-volatile memory retains its information when power is shut off. There are many examples of this type of memory device. Micromem's MRAM memory is anon-volatile memory.
Non-Volatile Memory Comparison
A Comparison of Non-Volatile Memory Technologies