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Everspin Technologies

Everspin Technologies is the global leader in developing and manufacturing standalone and embedded magnetic-based memory (MRAM) and integrated magnetic sensors. A growing number of leading corporations in the computing, storage, industrial and office automation markets have adopted Everspin MRAM to enable their most advanced products.

see also:- Everspin / MRAM - editor mentions on

editor's comments:- Everspin operates in the non flash part of the non volatile memory market.

Everspin Technologies - mentions in SSD market history

In April 2010 - Everspin Technologies announced it is sampling a 16Mb MRAM

In August 2013 - Everspin Technologies announced it has closed a Series B financing, raising $15 million to accelerate growth in the enterprise storage market. Investors in the round included New Venture Partners, Sigma Partners, Lux Capital, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and Epic Ventures.

In August 2014 - Everspin Technologies announced a design win for its ST-MRAM in enterprise PCIe SSD class products being designed by Mangstor.

In January 2015 - Western Digital was among the investors in $29 million series B funding for Everspin.

In September 2016 - Everspin filed for an IPO.
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Everspin files for IPO
Editor:- September 9, 2016 - Everspin Technologies has filed for an IPO.

Among other things in the form S-1 the company said - "Our 5 largest end customers together accounted for 34% of our total revenue for the six months ended June 30, 2016, but none of these customers individually accounted for more than 10% of our total revenue during the period."

"We are still the only company shipping any kind of MRAM product... We have shipped over 50 million units. ... our new silicon on 40nm is a 256Mb chip."

Phillip LoPresti, CEO - Everspin
Inside The MRAM (September 2015)
Everspin's MRAM is one tier of the non volatile caching technology used in Skyera's rackmount SSD systems. Skyera had not long before been acquired by WDC.
Western Digital invests in Skyera's MRAM supplier - January 26, 2015
world's first M.2 MRAM SSD
Editor:- August 13, 2015 - Everspin Technologies and Aupera Technologies today announced the launch of the worlds first all MRAM storage module in the M.2 form factor.

The AupM001 is equipped with Everspins non-volatile, high endurance, 64 Mb DDR3 ST-MRAM devices and a PCIe backhaul interface. AupM001's capacity is 32MB and among other uses is used in Auperas all Flash Array system for parity check and as a hardware accelerated engine for specific applications that require low latency and high performance.
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Everspin quadruples MRAM chip R/W
Editor:- February 26, 2013 - Everspin Technologies today announced it will sample the first of a new family of MRAM chips in Q2.

The MR10Q010 (1Mb in a 16 pin SOIC) has a quad SPI serial interface instead of the single line interface offered in earlier MRAM devices.

This makes it more attractive for applications which need the simplicity of no wear-out non volatile memory and fast write performance in low capacity and small footprint applications.

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