"Current bending" makes competitive MRAMs

March 08, 2016 // By R. Colin Johnson
Everybody in the memory business is trying to build a nonvolatile memory that is as fast as static random access memory (SRAM), as dense as flash and as cheap as read-only-memory (ROM). The problems with this "universal" memory (that could replace all others) has already been solved by magnetic random access memories—according to those making MRAM.