Originally Posted by jason87x
when will T-RAM products actually be available though? Everspin already sells MRAM and so are the only ones to actually prove they have something real going on. Every other company for the most part has been all talk and no product.
MRAM is still far too expensive, and is only available in very small capacities. It's been available since the '90s but only for very specific applications, not typical consumer PCs mainly because of high cost and problems with manufacturing. According to Wikipedia, it gets buggy when shrunk below 180nm.
AMD has already licensed the use of T-RAM, so it can be expected relatively soon. I expect it to be available in microprocessors and such at first, before making its way to PCs.