Grandis, Inc., founded in 2002 by Paul Nguyen, was a company backed by venture capital firms such as Sevin Rosen Funds and Matrix Partners to pioneer non-volatile thin-film memory solutions based on spintronics. It invented spin transfer torque - random access memory (STT-RAM), a new technology claimed to revolutionize the performance of products in areas ranging from computers and consumer electronics to automotive, medical, military, and space.

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  • Grandis, Inc., founded in 2002 by Paul Nguyen, was a company backed by venture capital firms such as Sevin Rosen Funds and Matrix Partners to pioneer non-volatile thin-film memory solutions based on spintronics. It invented spin transfer torque - random access memory (STT-RAM), a new technology claimed to revolutionize the performance of products in areas ranging from computers and consumer electronics to automotive, medical, military, and space. (en)
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  • Spin Transfer Torque Random Access Memory
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  • General purpose and specialty thin film memory and technology
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  • Grandis, Inc., founded in 2002 by Paul Nguyen, was a company backed by venture capital firms such as Sevin Rosen Funds and Matrix Partners to pioneer non-volatile thin-film memory solutions based on spintronics. It invented spin transfer torque - random access memory (STT-RAM), a new technology claimed to revolutionize the performance of products in areas ranging from computers and consumer electronics to automotive, medical, military, and space. (en)
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