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Projected applications, status and plans for Honeywell high density, high performance, nonvolatile memory

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2 Author(s)
G. B. Granley ; Honeywell Inc., USA ; A. T. Hurst

The foundation and basis for the Honeywell nonvolatile memory program is the proven, radiation hard, CMOS technology, combined with the proven, radiation hard, MRAM nonvolatile memory technology. These demonstrated capabilities allow the Honeywell team to focus on the most critical elements, the production release of the current AMR nonvolatile products and the development of scalable GMR storage elements capable of supporting 4 Gbit/cm2 nonvolatile memory technology

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Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference, 1996., Sixth Biennial IEEE International

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24-26 Jun 1996