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Controller importance in NAND Flash storage systems

Solid state drives (SSDs) based on NAND Flash memory are replacing hard disk drives (HDDs) in many applications, especially for portable and consumer devices. Steffen Allert of Hyperstone explains.
4th November 2019

HyperRAM addresses new AIoT application needs

HyperRAM addresses new AIoT application needs
With the rapid rise of automotive electronics, industrial 4.0, and smart home applications, new IoT edge devices and human-machine interface devices will require new functionality in terms of size, power consumption, and performance. In view of this, many MCU suppliers are developing new-generation MCUs with higher performance and lower power consumption to meet the market demand.  
30th October 2019

Fast flash programming tool eliminates production delays

Fast flash programming tool eliminates production delays
Newly released support for Microsemi FPGAs and SoCs on ASSET InterTech’s ScanWorks can dramatically decrease programming times for SPI flash memory devices to the point where inline programming on the assembly line will not disrupt the manufacturing beat rate.
29th October 2019


Hardware latencies associated with PRU-initiated memory reads

Hardware latencies associated with PRU-initiated memory reads
The PRU is a scalar processor, processing each instruction sequentially. With the exception of memory read instructions, all PRU instructions execute in a single cycle. However, the execution time of PRU read instructions varies based on memory access latencies.
28th October 2019

Improved performance with high-speed CMOS DDR4 SDRAMs

Improved performance with high-speed CMOS DDR4 SDRAMs
Alliance Memory has announced that it has expanded its product offering with a new line of high-speed CMOS DDR4 SDRAMs. For improved performance over previous-generation DDR3 devices, the 4Gb AS4C256M16D4 and AS4C512M8D4 offer lower power consumption and faster data transfer rates in 96-ball and 78-ball FBGA packages.
16th October 2019

Advancing AI with faster memory systems

Advancing AI with faster memory systems
Steven Woo of Rambus explains some of the challenges to closing the AI memory gap. Over the last 15 years the use of artificial intelligence (AI) techniques has boomed. We now carry AI assistants in our pockets, trust algorithms to provide image recognition in autonomous vehicles and use machine learning to predict the spread of disease. The development of these modern AI applications has only come about because of advances in AI algorithms, the availability of larger data sets for training, and the development of faster compute, storage and memory. 
15th October 2019

SDRAMs combine low power consumption with faster data transfer

A line of high-speed CMOS DDR4 SDRAMs has been released by Alliance Memory. For improved performance over previous-generation DDR3 devices, the 4Gb AS4C256M16D4 and AS4C512M8D4 offer lower power consumption and faster data transfer rates in 96-ball and 78-ball FBGA packages.
14th October 2019

Collaboration to expand xSPI ecosystem for emerging IoT devices

Collaboration to expand xSPI ecosystem for emerging IoT devices
Adesto Technologies and Cadence Design Systems have announced they have collaborated to expand the ecosystem around the Expanded Serial Peripheral Interface (xSPI) communication protocol to enable higher transfer rates and lower latency for flash memory in internet of things (IoT) devices.
7th October 2019

NOR flash memories provide 55ns access times

NOR flash memories provide 55ns access times
A new line of 5V parallel NOR Flash memory products in boot and uniform sectored architectures has been introduced by Alliance Memory. Available in densities from 1M to 16M, the devices offer access times of 55ns to enable fast, low-latency read speeds, allowing for both direct code execution and data storage in a single memory product.
12th September 2019

File system solution for failsafe data storage

File system solution for failsafe data storage
HCC Embedded (HCC) has introduced SafeexFAT, its failsafe, RTOS-independent exFAT file system implementation that provides an easy integration for device manufacturers who demand the utmost in storage reliability for their deeply embedded applications. This is particularly important for manufacturers of devices where loss of data could be detrimental, such as in automotive, industrial, and medical applications. 
5th September 2019


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