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Speciality electronics outfit boasts of 64-fold density increase for its latest space-ready MRAM parts


Re: Fun with numbers

Well, there is that, but if you scale it proportionately to commonly available RAM sizes:

(Assumption - 64GB RAM sticks are around the current high end, so 128MB = 1/512th)

256 byte (you read that right; no kilo- or mega- prefix) MRAM in Y2K in other words.

Nah, I don't think I'd have found it useful.

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