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Single-wire serial EEPROM enables remote identification

Single-wire serial EEPROM enables remote identification
  A single-wire, two-pin Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM) device with a 2.7-4.5V operational voltage range has been announced by Microchip. The AT21CS11 is suitable for identifying and authenticating remote items, such as cartridges or cables, where space for electronic components is limited.  
13th November 2017

Low power SRAMs lineup expanded with 64Mb device

Low power SRAMs lineup expanded with 64Mb device
  To meet the demand for low power SRAMs with higher densities, Alliance Memory has introduced a new 64Mb (4Mx16 bit) device in 48‑pin, 12x20mm TSOP-I and 48-ball TFBGA packages. Available from a limited number of suppliers, the AS6C6416-55 operates from a single power supply of 2.7-3.6V and offers a fast access time of 55ns.
10th November 2017

Smart storage delivers high performance for SDS applications

Smart storage delivers high performance for SDS applications
Microsemi has announced the production release of its new Smart Storage SAS/SATA adapters. The addition of these advanced Smart Storage adapters advances Microsemi’s Smart Storage offering for SAS/SATA server storage in data centres with full board-level solutions as well as silicon plus software for custom embedded solutions.
8th November 2017


Pack it in! Memory packaging market growing steadily

Pack it in! Memory packaging market growing steadily
The total memory market is expected to increase at a nine percent CAGR 2016-2022, reaching about $135bn by 2022, with DRAM and NAND constituting almost 95% market share. Moreover, a supply-demand mismatch is pushing memory device ASP, resulting in big memory IDMs reaping record profits. According to Yole Développement (Yole), the total 2016 memory packaging market is estimated at about $20bn with a 4.6% CAGR until 2022. Therefore, memory devices are using diverse packaging from lead-frame based to TSV.
1st November 2017

Automotive stereo vision sensor improves vehicle safety

Automotive stereo vision sensor improves vehicle safety
Cypress Semiconductor has announced that automotive supplier DENSO has selected Cypress’ 6-Channel Automotive PMIC and FL-S Serial NOR Flash memory solution to enable the latest stereo vision sensor for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). The DENSO stereo vision sensor uses image processing techniques to detect obstacles of different shapes and lane lines, as well as empty spaces on the road.
30th October 2017

Scheme could make high-capacity data caches more efficient

Scheme could make high-capacity data caches more efficient
In a traditional computer, a microprocessor is mounted on a “package,” a small circuit board with a grid of electrical leads on its bottom. The package snaps into the computer’s motherboard, and data travels between the processor and the computer’s main memory bank through the leads. As processors’ transistor counts have gone up, the relatively slow connection between the processor and main memory has become the chief impediment to improving computers’ performance.
23rd October 2017

World's first reading of digitally encoded synthetic molecules

World's first reading of digitally encoded synthetic molecules
For the first time ever, using mass spectrometry, researchers have successfully read several bytes of data recorded on a molecular scale using synthetic polymers. Their work, conducted under the aegis of the Institut Charles Sadron (CNRS) in Strasbourg and the Institute of Radical Chemistry (CNRS / Aix-Marseille University), sets a new benchmark for the amount of data - stored as a sequence of molecular units (monomers) - that may be read using this routine method.
19th October 2017

Magnetic particles enable alternative form of data storage

Magnetic particles enable alternative form of data storage
Research has shown that an exotic kind of magnetic behaviour discovered just a few years ago holds great promise as a way of storing data — one that could overcome fundamental limits that might otherwise be signalling the end of “Moore’s Law,” which describes the ongoing improvements in computation and data storage over recent decades.
3rd October 2017

Making it easier to find memory chips in a company's product lineup

Alliance Memory is making it easier for its customers to find any DRAM memory chip in its extensive offering - including scarce allocated devices and uncommon packages and densities - with a new website that shows part inventories at worldwide distributors such as Avnet, Digi-Key, Future, and Mouser.
25th September 2017

Memory and data exchange system performs in harsh environments

Memory and data exchange system performs in harsh environments
The Memory Division of Kaman Precision Products, a designer and manufacturer of digital storage systems and media for military and aerospace applications, has announced the AMADEUS – the Advanced Memory and Data Exchange Universal System. The AMADEUS includes the Model 9740 Multi-Port data transfer unit which includes four removable memory cards (RMC) and a mini-Ground Station Adapter (GSA).
18th September 2017


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