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August 24th, 2004
Spintronics or Just Spin?
Ladies and gentlemen, in this corner, we have NVE, owner of the patented spintronics technology and a $165 million market cap. In the other corner, we have heavyweights IBM, Infineon, and Motorola, which have several hundred billion dollars of market cap and a strong desire to be first in the universal random access memory (RAM) market. Does the little guy have a fighter's chance?
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