Micromem Technologies has Engaged Global Communication Semiconductors For Next Stage of MRAM Development

Micromem Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that it has engaged Global Communication Semiconductors, Inc. (GCS), for its next stage of MRAM development. GCS is a California based compound semiconductor pure-play wafer foundry that provides services to the RF wireless communication sector, telecommunication and high-speed networking, optoelectronics and photonics industries.

As the premier gallium arsenide foundry in North America, GCS provides foundry services to leading companies in a variety of industries ranging from RF wireless and infrastructure, optical fiber communication, aerospace and defense to medical devices.

“We are very pleased to be working with Micromem and taking its technology from the laboratory and moving it towards commercialization and ultimately production”, said Jerry Curtis, President and CEO of GCS.

This is a milestone achievement for Micromem as it takes the company’s technology out of the laboratory and shifts it into a manufacturing facility. GCS will design and build a commercial MRAM device utilizing Micromem’s patented technology. Micromem and GCS will work closely with specific potential partners, using their specifications, to design a commercial product that can be brought to market. Micromem anticipates on commencing fabrication by the end of this year.

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