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Ramtron’s FM25C160 16Kbit SPI FRAM memory device achieves AEC-Q100 qualification

Ramtron’s FM25C160 16Kbit SPI FRAM memory device achieves AEC-Q100 qualification
Ramtron International Corporation, has announced that its FM25C160 – a 16Kbit, 5V, SPI FRAM memory device – has been qualified to AEC-Q100 (Automotive Electronic Council’s Stress Test Qualification for Integrated Circuits) standards. The FM25C160 is the third FRAM device to be AEC-Q100-qualified as part of its aggressive automotive qualification programme. Ramtron is also currently developing various FRAM configurations specified for the Grade 1 (-40 degrees to 125 degrees C) operating range.
18th December 2006

SST Extends Leadership in Low-Voltage, Low-Density Flash with Introduction of New 16-Mbit Solution

SST Extends Leadership in Low-Voltage, Low-Density Flash with Introduction of New 16-Mbit Solution
SST (Silicon Storage Technology, Inc.), today rounded out its 1.8V low-density flash product portfolio with the announcement of a 16 Mbit Multi-Purpose Flash Plus (MPF+) device. The SST39WF160x is the first 1.8V product in SST's MPF+ family. The devices, which are manufactured with SST's proprietary, high-performance CMOS SuperFlash technology, complement the MPF+ product family with reduced power consumption, making them ideal for portable applications such as MP3 players and Bluetooth headsets. In addition to offering significant power savings, SST's 1.8V MPF+ devices are available in very small packages to address the space constraints faced by leading portable application manufacturers.
15th December 2006

STMicroelectronics Transitions NAND Flash Memory Family to 70nm Technology

 STMicroelectronics Transitions NAND Flash Memory Family to 70nm Technology
STMicroelectronics has announced full availability of its entire NAND Flash memory family in 70nm process technology. The transition of the 512-Mbit (Small Page) and 1/2/4/8-Gbit (Large Page) devices to ST’s advanced 70nm manufacturing process establishes the family at the leading edge of NAND Flash technology, with lower prices and reduced power consumption.
4th December 2006


High Capacity 8GB SDHC Memory Card from Toshiba

 High Capacity 8GB SDHC Memory Card from Toshiba
Toshiba has announced the latest addition to its new series of high-capacity SDHC Memory Cards: the industry’s first 8-gigabyte Class 4 memory card. The new card will be introduced in early January 2007, alongside the 4GB products launched in September, and will give Toshiba a larger commercially available line-up in high performance SD Memory Cards.
27th November 2006

16-Mbit Page-Erasable Serial Flash for PC BIOS Applications

16-Mbit Page-Erasable Serial Flash for PC BIOS Applications
STMicroelectronics has announced the addition of a 16-Mbit memory chip with 4-Kbyte sectors to the page-erasable M25PE serial Flash family, which is ideal for PC BIOS applications as well as for optical disk drives, digital voice recorders, networking products and set-top boxes (STBs). The new M25PE16 is accessed through an SPI-compatible serial bus operating at up to 50MHz and is the first Serial Flash device from ST with 4 Kbyte subsectors.
23rd November 2006

Ramtron pursuing AEC-Q100 automotive qualification

 Ramtron pursuing AEC-Q100 automotive qualification
Ramtron International Corporation has announced an AEC-Q100 automotive qualification programme for its FRAM devices. The company is aggressively pursuing plans to qualify its FRAM devices to AEC-Q100 (Automotive Electronic Council’s Stress Test Qualification for Integrated Circuits) standards, and is developing a number of FRAM configurations specified for the Grade 1 (-40 degrees to 125 degrees C) operating range. This qualification programme has been developed to support a number of customer design-ins from in-cab applications to the vehicle’s most stringent environments.
21st November 2006

Dane-Elec DRAM Memory module ranges increase for the Business, Home and Gaming markets

 Dane-Elec DRAM Memory module ranges increase for the Business, Home and Gaming markets
Dane-Elec continues to add to its range of DRAM memory module products designed to meet the needs of most desktop and laptop personal computer users, as well as high-end servers and gaming products. With a fast reacting module manufacturing and assembly plant in Ireland, Dane-Elec is ideally placed to satisfy the memory requirements of the European PC industry. Orders can be taken as late as 17.00 for next day delivery.
20th November 2006

SST launches 1.8V Ultra Low Power, Ultra Thin SPI Serial Flash Memory Family

SST launches 1.8V Ultra Low Power, Ultra Thin SPI Serial Flash Memory Family
SST has unveiled a new family of SPI serial flash memory devices that boast the industry's smallest form factor and lowest power consumption. The new SST25WFxxx family is ideal for battery-powered, space- and height-constrained portable applications including wireless networks such as ZigBee, Bluetooth, WiFi, camera modules, portable media players, remote controls and portable VoIP products. The SST25WFxxx family continues SST's legacy of innovation in serial flash technology and expands the company's presence in the high-volume portable electronics market.
13th November 2006

16Kbit 3V serial FRAM

 16Kbit 3V serial FRAM
Ramtron International Corporation has announced that its FM24CL16 – a 16Kbit, 3V serial FRAM memory device – has been qualified to AEC-Q100 (Automotive Electronic Council’s Stress Test Qualification for Integrated Circuits) standards. Ramtron is pursuing plans to grow a broad line of AEC-Q100-qualified FRAM products to meet the design and sourcing challenges of the automotive market. This qualification program has been developed to support a number of customer design-ins from in-cab applications to the vehicle’s most stringent environments.
23rd October 2006

FRAM with high-speed SPI interface increases data collection capacity in a tiny package

 FRAM with high-speed SPI interface increases data collection capacity in a tiny package
Ramtron has launched the FM25L512, a 512 kilobit, 3V non-volatile FRAM device with a high-speed serial peripheral interface (SPI). The FM25L512 provides increased data collection and storage capacity in a tiny, 8-pin package, cutting costs and board space in a range of applications from multi-function printers to industrial motor controllers.
3rd October 2006


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