Chipworks has published a structural analysis report on the Freescale MR2A16A 4.2Mb MRAM. The MR2A16A is the industry’s first “stand alone” MRAM device. The MR2A16A is a 4,194,304-bit Magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) device organized as 262,144 words of 16 bits.
Die Photo of MR2A16A MRAM
- Single 3.3-V power supply commercial temperature range (0°C to 70°C)
- Symetrical high-speed read and write with fast access time (35 ns)
- Flexible data bus control
- 8 bit or 16 bit access
- Equal address and chip-enable access times
- Automatic data protection with low-voltage inhibit circuitry to prevent writes on power loss
- All inputs and outputs are transistor-transistor logic (TTL) compatible
- Fully static operation
- Full nonvolatile operation with 10 years minimum data retention
Magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) combines the speed and durability of SRAM and the non-volatility of Flash-onto a “single” chip. MRAM uses magnetic polarization, rather than electric charge, to store information, eliminating leakage and wear-out. It allows a single memory solution to replace multiple types of memory on a single chip-helping to enable faster, lower power, more cost-effective solutions for a variety of applications.
Package Photo of MR2A16A MRAM
Chipworks is the first to take you inside this promising memory technology with a full structural analysis on this brand new 4.2Mb MRAM.
Send email to email@example.com for more information about Chipworks’ Freescale MR2A16A 4.2Mb MRAM Structural Analysis Report SAR-0608-801.