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8Gb-based DDR4 memory modules offer cost advantages

8Gb-based DDR4 memory modules offer cost advantages
DDR4 2400MT/s 8Gb-based RDIMM, LRDIMM, and ECC UDIMM server modules are now being sampled by Crucial through its Technology Enablement Program. Engineered to enable higher density modules, 8Gb-based DDR4 memory allows for increased performance, bandwidth, and energy efficiency. 
9th June 2015

8Gb components enable DDR4 16GB memory modules

8Gb components enable DDR4 16GB memory modules
Designed for those who deal with content creation, virtual machines, RAM drives, and memory-intensive applications, the Ballistix DDR4 16GB performance memory modules have been released by Crucial. The devices leverage Micron’s 8Gb DDR4 component technology to offer up the highest density DDR4 memory to date. 
9th June 2015

Synchronous SRAMs with ECC are 'industry's highest-density'

Synchronous SRAMs claimed to be the industry’s highest-density have been released by Cypress Semiconductor. The integrated ECC feature enables the new 36Mb synchronous SRAMs to provide the highest levels of data reliability, simplifying designs for a wide variety of military, communication and data processing applications.
8th June 2015


F-RAMs provide 100tn read/write cycle endurance

A family of 4Mb serial Ferroelectric Random Access Memories (F-RAMs), claimed to be the industry’s highest density, have been introduced by Cypress Semiconductor. The 4Mb serial F-RAMs feature a 40Mhz SPI, a 2.0-3.6V operating voltage range and are available in industry-standard, RoHS-compliant package options. All F-RAMs provide 100tn read/write cycle endurance with 10-year data retention at 85°C and 151 years at 65°C. 
8th June 2015

TLC NAND provides efficient, high-performance storage

Micron Technology announced a recent addition to its expansive portfolio of flash storage products, providing a purpose-built solution for cost-sensitive consumer applications seeking high performance and reliability. The TLC (Triple-Level Cell) NAND is built on its 16nm process and delivers a balanced set of features for applications like USB drives and consumer solid state drives.
8th June 2015

Smarter devices demand smarter NAND

Smarter devices demand smarter NAND
Demand for NAND-based digital memory is booming, driven by increased use of devices that span the consumer and mobile markets, automotive and industrial sectors and the emerging Internet of Things (IoT). By Eugen Pfumfel, Principal Engineer, Memory Marketing, Toshiba Electronics Europe
4th June 2015

Low-power SRAM IP targets wearable & IoT applications

An embedded SRAM IP that targets applications demanding long battery life with minimal operating and stand-by power performance has been released by sureCore. Supporting a wide operating voltage range of 0.7-1.2V, the single port SRAM boasts dynamic power savings exceeding 50% of current commercial offerings. The IP also cuts static power by up to 35% with a 10% area penalty.
4th June 2015

SDRAM devices available with original Micron part numbers

SDRAM devices available with original Micron part numbers
  Alliance Memory has announced that its 512M SDRAM devices, which it recently acquired from Micron Semiconductor, will be available with their original Micron part numbers into 2017. 
27th May 2015

Instant-on FPGA now includes on-chip flash memory

Instant-on FPGA now includes on-chip flash memory
Expanding the MachXO3 FPGA family, Lattice Semiconductor has announced that the MachXO3LF are provided with on-chip Flash for configuration and usage. They utilise the same advanced package technology as the MachXO3L family to provide a small-footprint, the highest I/O density on the market and easy migration without changing PCB design.
12th May 2015

6Gb/s SATA-compatible SSDs suit a multitude of applications

6Gb/s SATA-compatible SSDs suit a multitude of applications
TDK has announced the August 2015 availability of its SDS1B series of 6Gb/s Serial ATA compatible 2.5" SSDs for industrial applications, featuring the GBDriver GS1 NAND flash memory controller chip. The SSDs are designed for use in factory automation, railway equipment, kiosk, POS, ATM, banking & till terminals, in-car navigation systems, office equipment, digital signage, medical measuring & diagnostic equipment, 4G LTE-A base station equipment, smart grid and security equipment.
8th May 2015


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