Toshiba creates low-power MRAM for smartphone use

12/10/2012 | PCAdvisor.co.uk (U.K.)

Aiming to reduce power consumption by mobile processors, Toshiba has crafted a low-power magnetoresistive random-access memory, which can serve as cache memory in smartphones. The company will detail the MRAM technology in a presentation at the IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting that begins today in San Francisco.

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