Kilopass First to Demonstrate Antifuse Non-Volatile Memory IP With Successful Test Chips on TSMC 20nm Process
Kilopass Technology have today announced that its NVM IP is the first antifuse technology to achieve successful test chips on TSMC's 20nm process. Analysis of the test chips containing Kilopass NVM IP memory modules validated manufacturability, process control tolerance and cell programming characteristics.
Fujitsu Introduces Ultra-Low-Power 16Kbit FRAM in New Small SON-8 Package
Fujitsu Semiconductor America today introduced an ultra-low-power Ferroelectric Random Access Memory in a new, smaller standard SON-8 package designed for miniaturized products. The 16Kbit FRAM MB85RC16 includes an I2C interface and features the smallest standby and operating current in its class of products.
4-MB Flash memory device for harsh environments from TI
Texas Instruments today introduced the industry's first high-temperature, nonvolatile Flash memory device for harsh environments. The SM28VLT32-HT has an operational capacity of 4 MB and eliminates the need for costly up-screening and qualification testing of industrial-grade components for temperature ranges outside data sheet specifications.
New Crucial Ballistix Low Profile Memory
Crucial has today announced the immediate availability of Crucial Ballistix Low Profile memory, which delivers a true low profile design to provide more clearance around high-end CPU coolers and improve airflow throughout the system. Designed for performance enthusiasts and small form factor computer builders with limited space, Crucial Ballistix LP memory features all the performance benefits of Ballistix memory without the height concerns of taller modules.
TDK launches GBDriver RS4 high-speed SATA controller chip
TDK has developed the GBDriver RS4 series of NAND type flash memory controllers with support for 3 Gbps serial ATA. Sales will begin in January 2013. With an effective access speed of 180 MB/sec, the GBDriver RS4 is an advanced high-speed SATA controller chip.
X-Fab and Anvo collaborate to offer Non-Volatile Memory Solutions
X-FAB Silicon Foundries and Anvo-Systems Dresden today announced a cooperative agreement to offer high-speed non-volatile memory solutions that combine SRAM, DRAM and SONOS FLASH technologies; the compact design results in a small silicon footprint that keeps device costs low.
Fujitsu's Expand FRAM V Series with Extended Wide Voltage Range
Fujitsu have unveiled a new addition to its wide voltage range Ferroelectric Random Access Memory product series (V series). The newly launched MB85RC256V offers the highest density level in the V series and is Fujitsu's first FRAM product that operates in an even wider voltage range of 2.7 V to 5.5 V, which provides even greater flexibility for customer applications.
Super Talent Expands Family of DDR3 DIMMs
Super Talent have introduced new DDR3 Mini-RDIMM, VLP RDIMM, and VLP ECC UDIMM modules designed for industrial, embedded, and sever systems. These new memory modules all feature low operating voltages and a small form factor while delivering impressive 1600MHz (PC3-12800) speeds in up to 8GB densities.
Kilopass’ Next-Generation Gusto-2 Targets Instant-On Mobile Devices
Kilopass Technology today announced Gusto-2, its second generation of code storage products, to serve the increasing numbers of new system-on-chip designs for instant-on mobile devices. The targeted SoCs perform functions, such as digital monitoring, near-field communications, and other applications serving the emerging market of Internet of things.
SK Hynix Developed Low-Voltage 4Gb Graphics DDR3
SK Hynix announced that it has developed the industry's first 20nm class 4Gb graphics DDR3 DRAM which provides power efficiency and fast speed performance. As an eco-friendly product, it is well suited for the low power laptop since it operates at a low-voltage while it offers graphics performance as the desktop level.
Cadence Executives Offer Insight on Memory Trends Impacting Cloud Computing and Mobility
Cadence has announced that it will showcase the company's expertise in memory design IP at MemCon 2012. Martin Lund, senior vice president of research and development, SoC Realization Group at Cadence, kicks off MemCon 2012 with his keynote speech, "How Cloud and Mobility are Disrupting the Memory Ecosystem" on Tuesday, September 18, from 9:30-10:00 AM.
Micron Announces Availability of 30nm DDR3L-RS Products
Micron have today announced high-volume availability of 30-nanometer reduced-power DDR3L-RS SDRAM for ultrathin computing devices and tablets. The 2-gigabit and 4Gb solutions reduce power consumption in standby to provide longer battery life, while maintaining the high performance and cost effectiveness of PC DRAM.
Quadruple Memory Capacity for Embedding Non-Volatile Data in SOCs
Kilopasshas today revealed details of its new embedded Vertical Cross-point Memory NVM IP bit cell. The new VCM bit cell quadruples the density of today's anti-fuse NVM IP bit cell. The VCM bit cell will make possible program storage where today's embedded non-volatile memory technology is cost-prohibitive or unavailable at capacities of 4Mb to 32Mb.
F-RAM Memory Module Compatible with Freescale’s Tower System
Ramtron has announced the release of its new F-RAM memory module (TWR-FRAM) that is compatible for use with Freescale Semiconductor's popular Tower System development platform. Ramtron F-RAM core memory and integrated products are ideal for applications that require high data integrity and ultra-low power consumption — aligning perfectly with Freescale's target markets in automotive, industrial, enabling technologies and networking.
Cypress unveil 16-Mbit Parallel nvSRAMs and Synchronous NAND Interfaces
Cypress have today unveiled a new family of 16-Mbit non-volatile static random access memories, including devices with synchronous NAND flash memory interfaces. The family marks the industry's first non-volatile SRAM memory that can interface directly with Open NAND Flash Interface and Toggle NAND bus controllers.
Microchip strengthens parallel Flash memory portfolio with high-speed, low-power devices
Microchip announces the expansion of its comprehensive Multi-Purpose Flash Plus portfolio with the introduction of four new compact 512K x16 parallel Flash CMOS devices: the SST39VF401C, SST39F402C, SST39LF401C and the SST39LF402C. Manufactured with high-performance CMOS SuperFlash technology, these low-power, 2.7-3.6V, x16 parallel NOR Flash devices feature a split-gate design and thick-oxide tunnelling injector for superior reliability and design simplicity. All four devices help to reduce engineering design cycles, and improve overall product performance and responsiveness, which enables an enhanced end-user experience.
DDR3 AGIGARAM Non-Volatile DIMM Solutions from AgigA Tech
AgigA Tech, a subsidiary of Cypress, has today unveiled its third-generation DDR3 AGIGARAM Non-Volatile DIMM solution supporting up to 1600 MT/s (megatransfers per second) performance. In addition, AgigA Tech announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has recently issued U.S. Patent Nos. 8,200,885 and 8,200,929 pertaining to Hybrid Non-Volatile RAM technology, adding to the company's rapidly growing patent portfolio.
microSD Versions of EXCERIA memory cards Launched by Toshiba
Toshiba has revealed today that it will expand its family of EXCERIA memory cards with new microSD versions offering the industry's leading performance in this format. EXCERIA (derived from a combination of "excellent" and "experience") offers cards compliant with the UHS-I Memory Card Standard. The minimum recording speed is compliant with UHS speed class 1 and SD speed class 10.
MLC NAND-based NANDrive SSDs for Industrial Temperatures
Greenliant has announced today that it is sampling its industrial temperature SATA and PATA interface NANDrive embedded solid state drives using 2-bits-per-cell (MLC) NAND flash memory. The new NANDrive devices are the first ball grid array package SATA / PATA SSDs based on MLC NAND that are capable of operating at temperatures between -40 to +85 degrees Celsius.
NVM Express Enterprise Flash Controller Family from IDT Provides a Standard NVMe SSD Solution
IDT has unveiled the industry's first NVM Express enterprise flash memory controller with native support for PCIe Gen 3. IDT's NVMe flash controller family provides a standards-based solid-state drive solution, enabling storage and server original equipment manufacturers to overcome latency and throughput bottlenecks inherent to legacy SAS/SATA-based SSD designs.
SDM4 mini industrial SSDs from Apacer for 1U Servers
To streamline the operation of machine rooms and cut down on hosting fees, many enterprises adopt compact 1U rack servers for a smaller machinery footprint, decrease in cost and increase in processing speeds. The purpose is to achieve a more efficient management on the part of IT personnel.
M5 Pro SSD from Plextor planned for Q4
Plextor has today released details of the forthcoming M5 Pro Series, a new performance line of SSDs due to launch this September across UK and Europe. The M5 Pro has been engineered with prosumers, businesses, and SMEs in mind.
Room for Error (Correction)
Demand for durable, high-speed and reliable solid state storage for code and data in industrial and consumer designs continues to fuel the development of advanced embedded NAND Flash memory technologies. Here, Toshiba's Eugen Pfumfel explains how to take advantage of the latest developments.
Apple approved DDR3 memory modules from Super Talent
Super Talent have today announced that they have begun shipping their new line of Mac compatible DDR3 memory modules. Upon completion of our testing conducted at Apple's Compatibility Lab headquarters — STT engineers unveiled their new line of Apple approved DDR3 memory modules.
SuperTalent's SATA3 SuperNova with the Perfect Meld of Speed, Security and Reliability
Super Talent have today unveiled their enduring, and most reliable SSD to date, the SATA3 SuperNova. If you're a large corporation or a small company the Supernova provides the advantages to reduce TCO. The SuperNova features thermal conductive silicon padding which prevents overheating and requires less cooling.
White Paper: “How to test high-speed memory with non-intrusive embedded instruments”
A new white paper from ASSET InterTech explains how non-intrusive software-driven embedded instruments can overcome many of the challenges of testing, validating and debugging high-speed memory buses such the DDR 3 or DDR4 (DDR3/4) buses, and others.
ADATA's XPG Gaming v2.0 Series DDR3 2400G DRAM Modules
ADATA have today revealed the start of shipments of the XPG Gaming v2.0 Series DDR3 2400G DRAM modules. These dual channel kits are designed and engineered to bring optimum performance to third generation Intel Core processors and the Z77 platform.
Phase Change Memory for Mobile Devices available from Micron
Micron has today revealed high-volume availability of its 45-nanometer Phase Change Memory for mobile devices, featuring 1-gigabit PCM plus 512-megabit LPDDR2 in a multichip package. Micron is providing chipset vendors, enablers, and handset manufacturers with a proven product that meets the expanding needs of today's wireless market and paves the way for enhanced features and capabilities.
m4 mSATA SSD from Crucial available for Ultrathin Laptops
Crucial have revealed today that the Crucial m4 mSATA Solid State Drive is now available. Designed primarily to address the rapidly emerging Ultrabook category and deliver powerful, proven performance for systems where space is at a premium. The Crucial m4 mSATA SSD delivers the award-winning performance and reliability of the Crucial m4 SSD in a drive one eighth the size.
INSSTE32882XV DDR3 Register from Inphi for Memory Module Applications
Inphi has revealed its next-generation DDR3 register for memory module applications. The INSSTE32882XV DDR3 register from Inphi reduces power consumption by 20% – offering the lowest power consumption available on the market today – to help meet the critical challenge of reducing energy consumption in next-generation data centres.
Client-side Solid State Drive launched by SK Hynix
SK Hynix announced its launch of client Solid State Drive. The SSD features faster speed and low power consumption than Hard Disk Drive so it is expected to replace the HDD as another type of storage for PCs and other applications.
AT24MAC and AT24CS Families of Serial EEPROM products introduced by Atmel
Atmel unveiled today two new families of Serial EEPROM products. The Atmel AT24MAC and AT24CS devices can be used in a variety of market segments including Internet-connected devices, consumer, white goods, industrial, medical, communications, media, lighting, home automation, computing, telecom and security applications. The new devices are drop-in compatible with existing Atmel Serial EEPROM devices. The AT24MAC series of devices provide pre-programmed Media Access Control/Extended Unique Identifier node identity addresses, alleviating the need for customers to program their own MAC/EUI addresses and maintain the associated complex databases, making it simpler, faster, and less expensive to develop Internet-connected products of all types.
Transonics launch 1 Gigabit NAND Flash Memory - 3.3V, 48-pin, TSOP1 configuration
Transonics has announced the availability of a new 1 Gigabit NAND Flash Memory chip from EON Silicon Solutions. This is the first NAND flash product from EON and is available in a "thin small-outline package" (TSOP) as the EN27LN1G08-25TIP and a "ball grid array" (BGA) version EN27LN1G08-25CEIP for greater board density and high speed applications
Apacer Rolls Out MLC Wide-Temperature SSD with CF & SD Interfaces
Apacer seeks to address the concern of price in the SSD industrial computer sector with a quality SSD product. Apacer has announced a new large-capacity MLC wide-temp SSD with CF and SD interfaces designed for industrial computer systems and automatic applications.
Plextor to expand Solid State Drive portfolio with M5S
Plextor will be expanding its portfolio of Solid State Drives (SSD) to encompass a new model, the M5S, which will be launching later this year.
ADATA Raises the Bar on Solid State Drive Reliability
ADATA Technology launches the XPG SX910 solid state drive, a significant broadening of the popular and powerful XPG line of storage products. The SX910 features a 7% capacity increase over common SSDs that use a SandForce controller, delivering a powerful combination of capacity and high performance with a five-year warranty.
VS23S010 - One Mbit Versatile SPI / 8-Bit Parallel Bus SRAM
The VLSI Solution VS23S010 is an easy to use static RAM device. With one megabit capacity it is the largest capacity SPI RAM on the market. The memory can be accessed via a standard SPI compatible serial bus (1, 2 and 4-bit modes), or via an 8080-type 8-bit parallel bus similar to nand flash devices. The main applications of the device are microcontroller RAM extension and audio buffer for internet and personal streaming.
Super Talent Unveils Yet Another Addition to its USB 3.0 Flash Drive Family
Super Talent Technology announced yet another addition to its rapidly growing USB 3.0 Flash drive family. The new USB 3.0 Express ST2 series bears it's creativity in an affordable high capacity 2 channel USB 3.0 drive. The ST2 Series is the perfect addition to our growing family of USB 3.0 products.
New PM3000 Extended Memory Capabilities from Outram Research Speed Resolution of Power Quality Problems
Outram Research announces the development of four new memory extensions available for its PM3000 Analysers. The PM3000 is now available with a choice of 8MB, 16MB, 32MB or 64MB integrated memory. The new extended memory options offer larger memory capacities than the standard PM3000, which ships with 1MB, allowing more detail to be recorded and therefore made available to the user over longer recording periods.
Super Talent’s SATA III TeraNova SSD
Super Talent Technology today announces their fastest 2.5" SSD to date, the SATA3 TeraNova. For creative professionals seeking extreme performance killer response times, the TeraNova is the fastest 2.5" SSD that SuperTalent has released to date.