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FRAM-based non-volatile state savers

FRAM-based non-volatile state savers
Ramtron has launched what it says is the semiconductor industry’s first non-volatile state saver – a device that saves the state of signals on demand and restores them to the correct state automatically upon power up. FRAM technology uniquely enables this capability due to its fast write time and virtually unlimited write endurance. Ramtron’s new family of low-power, non-volatile state savers currently has two products: the FM1105, which operates at 5V, and the FM1106, which operates at 3V. Both devices are available in a small SOT23 package. Additional configurations are planned.
4th June 2007

Low-Power Advanced Memory Buffer

Low-Power Advanced Memory Buffer
IDT (Integrated Device Technology, Inc.), has announced the third generation device in its Advanced Memory Buffer family, the Advanced Memory Buffer Plus (AMB+), which is said to offer the lowest power consumption available in the industry today - up to forty percent power savings over competitive AMB offerings. Compliant with the JEDEC AMB specifications, the IDT AMB+ device is an essential building block in Fully Buffered Dual In-line Memory Modules (FB-DIMM) for high-performance, low-power computing platforms.
10th May 2007

Memory subsystem blends key benefits of NOR, NAND, and RAM in a unified architecture

Memory subsystem blends key benefits of NOR, NAND, and RAM in a unified architecture
SST has unveiled its All-in-OneMemory solution, a revolutionary memory subsystem that blends key benefits of NOR, NAND, and RAM in a unified architecture which offers multi-gigabyte of execute-in-place (XIP) code storage and satisfies the growing data storage needs of embedded applications. All-in-OneMemory technology provides a completely-managed memory subsystem for a wide range of embedded system applications, including multimedia-enabled cell phones, portable media players, digital still/video cameras, personal navigation devices, set-top boxes, IPTVs and industrial systems. By managing the system's key memory components in a single package, All-in-OneMemory simplifies the host interface, shortens design time, reduces overall system costs, and improves quality and reliability.
26th March 2007


STM's Serial EEPROM Families Now Available in 2 x 3mm MLP8 Packages

STM's Serial EEPROM Families Now Available in 2 x 3mm MLP8 Packages
STMicroelectronics has announced that all of its Serial EEPROM devices, from 2 to 64-Kbit density – and from both the SPI and I2C interface series – are now available in the tiny 2 x 3mm MLP8 package, compared to the predecessor 4 x 5mm S08N package, enabling significant space and cost savings for portable consumer and communications products.
23rd March 2007

4-megabit non-volatile FRAM memory is industry first says Ramtron

4-megabit non-volatile FRAM memory is industry first says Ramtron
Ramtron has launched what it says is the first 4-megabit (Mb) FRAM memory – the highest-density FRAM product, with quadruple the FRAM memory capacity available to date. The FM22L16 is a 4Mb, 3-volt, parallel non-volatile RAM in a 44-pin thin small outline plastic (TSOP) package that features fast access, virtually unlimited read/write cycles and low power consumption. Pin-compatible with asynchronous static RAM (SRAM), the FM22L16 targets industrial control systems such as robotics, network and data storage applications, multi-function printers, auto navigation systems and a host of other SRAM-based system designs.
15th March 2007

Automotive-Grade 32-Mbit NOR Flash Memory from STMicroelectronics

Automotive-Grade 32-Mbit NOR Flash Memory from STMicroelectronics
STMicroelectronics has announced the addition of a new 32-Mbit device which is Automotive Grade certified for operation over the full -40 to +125 degrees C temperature range. The M29W320 is intended particularly for dashboard systems, automotive multimedia and for other applications needing fast access to a large amount of code and data.
1st March 2007

STMicroelectronics Announces Availability of 1-Gbit and 512-Mbit 65nm Multi-Level Cell NOR Flash, with Smallest Die Size Available on the Market

STMicroelectronics Announces Availability of 1-Gbit and 512-Mbit 65nm Multi-Level Cell NOR Flash, with  Smallest Die Size Available on the Market
STMicroelectronics today announced the availability of the 65nm PR family of NOR Flash memory. Based on fourth-generation multi-level-cell (MLC) technology, the 65nm PR family is fully hardware and software compatible with the existing 90nm NOR Flash PR family, providing an easy migration path for customers, while offering increased memory density and improved performance.
15th February 2007

NAND Flash memory controller solution from QuickLogic

QuickLogic Europe announces the introduction of a full featured NAND Flash memory controller solution for its ultra-low power programmable logic families. One of many storage solutions offered by QuickLogic, the NAND solution is designed to interface with a host of application processors used in portable applications, such as the Marvell PXA2xx applications processor and Analog Devices' Blackfin DSP. This introduction extends the spectrum of QuickLogic's storage solution portfolio from various flavours of micro hard disk drives and SD Card memory to raw NAND Flash.
6th February 2007

Microchip Expands Its 32 Kbit SPI Serial EEPROM Family With High-Speed, 10 MHz Devices

Microchip Expands Its 32 Kbit SPI Serial EEPROM Family With High-Speed, 10 MHz Devices
Microchip has announce it has expanded its SPI serial EEPROM family with the 32 Kbit 25AA320A and 25LC320A devices. The new devices are capable of operating at bus speeds of up to 10MHz, and are available in a range of packages, including the very low-profile MSOP and TSSOP. The new devices also offer Microchip’s high endurance, quality, on-time delivery and short lead times as standard.
25th January 2007

1Mbit Serial EEPROM in SO8 Narrow Package from STMicroelectronics

1Mbit Serial EEPROM in SO8 Narrow Package from STMicroelectronics
STMicroelectronics has announced a new 1-Mbit serial EEPROM – the M24M01 – which is available in the tiny SO8N package with 150-mil (3.8mm) body width. This serial EEPROM is said to be the only device in the market to squeeze this high memory density into such a small package. Also offered in SO8W, the chip, with its I2C two-wire serial interface, is intended for applications such as consumer electronics products and medical equipment which needs to store large amounts of frequently changing parameter data. ST’s I2C EEPROM family now offers 1-Kbit to 1-Mbit devices -the broadest portfolio on the market.
25th January 2007


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