"We believe that NVE is well-positioned with critical intellectual property covering a broad range of near-term and long-term MRAM designs," continued Baker. "Our MRAM strategy, therefore, will be to focus on an intellectual property business model, providing technology to enable revolutionary memory."
NVE CEO, April 2005
This news has me thinking again of NVEC taking a slice of the memory pie.
SIA projecting 2009 chip sales of $321 billion.
Not sure what the DRAM or the microcontroller marketplace breakdowns would be in that total, but could become a juicy situation if the MRAM royalty dream here develops in the fullness of time.
Thanks for the link. In a few years, when NVEC is selling for the equivalent of hundreds of dollars per share (before all the inevitable stock splits), we will be laughing at how people could have had the stock for a song in early 2008.
Early retirement, here I come!