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Advanced MRAM Technology for Telecommunications Applications

Crocus Technology and SVTC Technologies have developed advanced MRAM products and started mass production.

The technology from Crocus enables scalable lithography nodes at dimensions of 90nm and smaller, featuring high speed and power efficiency for multiple telecommunications, networking, computing and mobile applications that utilize SRAM with or without flash memory.

According to Crocus executive chairman Dr. Bertrand Cambou, the ready to manufacture solutions, metrology and infrastructure from SVTC together with a repeatable process allow for rapid transition to the production facility.

SVTC’s IP services such as round-the-clock manufacture and skilled engineers have ensured that Crocus could lower development time, overall costs and risk, accelerating time to market. SVTC engineers collaborated with Crocus to ensure that their semiconductor concepts translated into mass production. The collaboration enabled Crocus to access multiple services customized to maintain manufacturing control.



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