Advanced MicroSensors Corporation (AMS) is a semiconductor foundry, which develops and fabricates MEMS and spintronics solutions. AMS was founded in 1999 and is based in Massachusetts, USA.
Atomistix is a provider of software solutions for development of nanotechnology. Since its incorporation in Copenhagen (2003), the company has been working in close collaboration with the Nano-Science Center at the Niels Bohr Institute of Copenhagen University.
Crocus is an early stage startup, headquartered in Grenoble (France) with operations in the Paris area and in Silicon Valley.
In July 2006, Freescale became the first company to offer commercial MRAM modules (4 Mbit,25$).
Grandis, established in 2002 and headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, develops Spin Torque Transfer based RAM technology (STT-MRAM). STT-RAMTM is a "second generation" magnetic random access memory (MRAM) which solves the writing current scaling problem for conventional MRAM.
Established in 1910, IBM is one of the largest technology companies, operating as an information technology (IT) company worldwide.
Established in 1968, Intel is the world's leading chip maker. Intel is researching Spintronics, and is supporting several universites in their Spintronics research (In 2006, Intel gave 12M$ in research funds and equipment to several Californian universities).
Intel trades in the Nasdaq (ticker is INTC).
Organic Spintronics was established in 2003 (spun off from CNR) to work on several research areas, one of them being spintronic materials and processes.
It seems as if the company is no longer in business.
Qnami is a Basel, Switzerland-based company that develops fundamental new technology using quantum mechanics. The control and measurement of the state of a single electron enables Qnami to measure what could not be measured before. The Company calls this 'quantum sensing'.
Rhomap was spun-off from Durham University in 2011 to develop manufacture-to-order scientific instrumentation for high precision magneto-transport measurement systems. Rhomap's instruments targets new materials and next generation semiconductors, photovoltaics, spintronics and ferromagnetic systems.
Rhomap's web site seems to be empty so it's not clear whether the company is still active.
Finland-based Spindeco Technologies developed a proprietary technology (called SpinX) which is based on the polarization of conduction electrons, which reduces dissipation in conductors and appliances. The technology reduces energy consumption, improves the efficiency and lowers the operating temperature.