Spin Transfer Technologies to Discuss Enhanced STT-MRAM Efficiency Utilizing Precessional Spin Current™ at Intermag

19-Apr-2018 Intellasia | BusinessWire | 7:00 PM Print This Post

–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#MRAM–Spin Transfer Technologies, Inc.:

WHAT:  

Dr. Mustafa Pinarbasi, CTO and SVP of Magnetics Technology at Spin
Transfer Technologies, Inc (STT), will present during the Intermag
2018 Conference
. STT is developing universal technologies with
the potential to generate performance enhancements that will
enable spin-transfer torque (STT)-MRAM to overhaul SRAM and DRAM.
Dr. Pinarbasi will report on a significant enhancement of the
spin-transfer torque efficiency of perpendicular magnetic tunnel
junctions (pMTJ’s) utilizing a novel Precessional Spin Current
(PSC™) structure, also known as the Spin Polarizer.

 

STT-MRAM is considered the emerging memory class with the
potential to fulfill the needs of modern memory applications.
However, current iterations of STT-MRAM face several challenges
that prevent them from overtaking Static and Dynamic Random-Access
Memory (SRAM and DRAM), including lower efficiency and endurance.
In his presentation, Dr. Pinarbasi will explain how the PSC
structure for pMTJs provides drastic enhancements for STT-MRAM
over a wide range of temperatures and sizes relevant for modern
memory applications. Dr. Pinarbasi will also discuss how these
improvements position STT-MRAM as an appealing candidate for
replacement for SRAM and DRAM for a number of mobile, computing
and industrial applications.

 

WHEN:

Friday, April 27, 2018 from 4:15 – 4:30 p.m. UTC+8
 
WHERE:

Marina
Bay Sands Convention Center

Orchid IV
Singapore 018956

About Spin Transfer Technologies

Spin Transfer Technologies, Inc. (STT) is developing STT-MRAM
technologies that combine patented magnetics technologies, circuits and
memory architectures to create the industry’s lowest-cost,
highest-performance STT-MRAM memories. STT’s disruptive STT-MRAM
solutions are potentially ideal replacements for embedded SRAMs as well
as future DRAM devices. The company was established by Allied Minds and
New York University. For more information, please visit www.spintransfer.com.

Contacts

The Hoffman Agency
Justin Gillespie, 925-719-1097

 


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