The secretive AI accelerator startup employs 70 people and has raised $67 million in funding to date, having recently closed a second round. As the company begins to emerge from stealth mode, EETimes spoke to its senior leadership team to find out more about the company’s offering.

Aside from the higher capacity, the 32-Mb Toggle MRAM maintains the fast read and write access speeds and 20-year data retention available in all of Everspin’s Toggle MRAM devices, said Winslow, and the company is also releasing new 2 Mb and 8 Mb Toggles for customers with lower data capacity requirements to complement existing 1 Mb, 4 Mb, and 16 Mb devices, all with serial and parallel interfaces and several popular packaging options.