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74LV logic family beats legacy alternatives in speed & power

74LV logic family beats legacy alternatives in speed & power
The new 74LV family of low voltage CMOS logic parts has today been unveiled by Diodes Inc. When comparing against legacy 74AHC and 74HC alternatives, the 74LV family offers speed and power advantages and are provided in a choice of 14-pin TSSOP and SOIC packages. The devices are ideal for use in a wide range of computing, networking and consumer electronic products.
29th October 2013

Hybrid drives capacity and performance

The hybrid drive combines the cost advantage of rotating magnetic disc storage with the high performance of NAND flash memory. This new technology has recently been attracting attention from computer users looking for fast, large capacity drives. Mine Budiman, Eric Dunn & Rick Ehrlich, Toshiba Storage Products Division, explore more in this article from ES Design magazine.
16th October 2013

Renesas announce 4MB advanced low-power SRAM devices

Renesas announce 4MB advanced low-power SRAM devices
Renesas Electronics have today announced the introduction of 12 new product versions in the RMLV0416E, RMLV0414E, and RMLV0408E series of Advanced Low-Power SRAM, the company’s flagship static random access memory devices. The new memory devices have a density of 4 megabits and utilize a fine fabrication process technology with a circuit linewidth of 110 nanometers.
26th September 2013


High-speed CMOS double data rate synchronous DRAMs

High-speed CMOS double data rate synchronous DRAMs
Alliance Memory introduce a new line of high-speed CMOS double data rate synchronous DRAMs  with densities of 64 Mb (AS4C4M16D1), 128 Mb (AS4C8M16D1), 256 Mb (AS4C16M16D1), and 512 Mb (AS4C32M16D1). These devices provide reliable drop-in, pin-for-pin-compatible replacements for a number of similar solutions in medical, communications, industrial, and consumer products requiring high memory bandwidth, and they are particularly well-suited to high-performance PC applications.
19th September 2013

High-endurance industrial grade 16/32 GB SATA NANDrive SSDs

High-endurance industrial grade 16/32 GB SATA NANDrive SSDs
Greenliant Systems announces that it has begun volume production of 16 GB and 32 GB industrial grade SATA NANDrive embedded solid state drives using 1-bit-per-cell NAND flash memory. The GLS85LS1016P and GLS85LS1032P devices are ideal for long-life products that need high-endurance storage for user data and applications in a small, ball grid array form factor.
18th September 2013

Cypress nvSRAMs selected by LSI for 12Gb/s SAS HBA

Cypress nvSRAMs selected by LSI for 12Gb/s SAS HBA
Cypress Semiconductor announce that LSI has selected Cypress’s parallel nonvolatile Static Random Access Memories for its new 12Gb/s SAS Host Bus Adapters for high-performance servers, workstations and external storage systems. The nvSRAMs provide the SAS HBAs with high-speed and low-voltage fail-safe memory that enhances LSI’s solutions. LSI also chose the parallel nvSRAM for its flexibility to operate at different voltages and for its established track record as a journal memory.
17th September 2013

Altera and Micron Lead Industry with FPGA and Hybrid Memory Cube Interoperability

Altera and Micron Lead Industry with FPGA and Hybrid Memory Cube Interoperability
Altera Corporation and Micron Technology today announced they have jointly demonstrated successful interoperability between Altera Stratix V FPGAs and Micron’s Hybrid Memory Cube. This technology achievement enables system designers to evaluate today the benefits of HMC with FPGAs and SoCs for next-generation communications and high-performance computing designs. The demonstration provides an early proof point that production support of HMC will be delivered with Altera’s Generation 10 portfolio, in alignment with market timing, and includes both Stratix 10 and Arria 10 FPGAs and SoCs.
5th September 2013

Toshiba introduces wireless LAN SDHC memory cards

Toshiba introduces wireless LAN SDHC memory cards
Toshiba has today announced its next-generation FlashAir wireless LAN SD cards, offering increased capacity and enhanced wireless functionality. The latest 16GB FlashAir offers double card capacity, enables easy and flexible sharing of photos, and operates at speeds that reduce data transfer time by 30 per cent.
16th August 2013

Bridging the data deluge gap

Bridging the data deluge gap
Integrating solid state memory in to enterprise system architectures offers benefits in meeting demand for greater storage but comes with challenges. Can flash technology be the answer? Thomas Pavel, Director of Channel Sales at LSI, explores further in this article from ES Design magazine.
8th August 2013

Samsung announce industry’s fastest embedded memory

Samsung announce industry’s fastest embedded memory
Samsung has announced today that it is mass producing the world's fastest embedded memory – the industry's first eMMC 5.0 devices – in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB densities for next-generation smartphones and tablets. Featuring an interface speed of 400MB/s, the lightning-fast eMMC PRO memory provides exceptionally fast application booting and loading.
30th July 2013


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