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STMicroelectronics Guarantees Full-Speed Operation of 32-Mbit Serial Flash Memory with Dual I/O

STMicroelectronics Guarantees Full-Speed Operation of 32-Mbit Serial Flash Memory with Dual I/O
STMicroelectronics has announced the availability of the new M25PX32, a 32-Mbit device that is the first of the sector, sub-sector erase Serial Flash family to be offered with Dual I/O. Whereas existing M25PE family devices features high granularity, the new M25PX family stands out thanks to its guaranteed high-speed performance.
27th August 2007

FRAM memory designed into DSP-based digital car audio system for Renault Samsung Motors

Ramtron International has announced that Daesung-Eltec Co. Ltd. of Korea has designed FRAM memory into its new digital signal processing (DSP)-based car audio platform. Daesung-Eltec selected the FM24C64 - a 64-kilobit FRAM with 2-wire serial interface – to enable sophisticated memory functions such as storing audio, channel and favourite artist/song settings, as well as the resume play and the favourite artist/song alert features. FRAM’s non-volatility, No Delay writes, virtually limitless endurance, small footprint and cost effectiveness make it the ideal memory technology for advanced digital automotive audio systems.
1st August 2007

NAND Controllers for Mobile Storage Applications

NAND Controllers for Mobile Storage Applications
Addressing the performance, compatibility, functionality and reliability needs of solid state mass storage solutions, SST (Silicon Storage Technology) has announced that it is expanding its NAND controller offerings with two new NAND controllers, the ATA Flash Disk Controller (SST55VD020) and the CompactFlash Card Controller (SST55LC200). Featuring an advanced error correction code (ECC) engine, these high-performance controllers are well positioned for managing current and future high-density NAND flash requirements. SST SuperFlash-based embedded firmware allows for firmware updates before, during and after manufacturing. Firmware update functions eliminate the need to re-design or re-qualify new controllers to meet the requirements of new NAND flash technology introduced after the system has been put into production. This allows system manufacturers to optimize NAND costs, availability and performance requirements in the face of fast-changing NAND technologies.
30th July 2007


NUMONYX chosen as new name for pending STMicro and Intel flash memory company

Intel Corporation, STMicroelectronics and Francisco Partners have unveiled the company name of “Numonyx” for the pending independent semiconductor company announced on May 22. Numonyx, being created from the key assets of businesses that last year generated approximately $3.6 billion in combined annual revenue, will focus on supplying non-volatile memory solutions for a variety of consumer and industrial devices including cellular phones, MP3 players, digital cameras, computers and other high-tech equipment.
20th July 2007

Device blends the key benefits of NOR, NAND and RAM in a unified architecture

Device blends the key benefits of NOR, NAND and RAM in a unified architecture
SST (Silicon Storage Technology has announced that it is sampling the first in its All-in-OneMemory product family, the SST88VP1107. By blending the key benefits of NOR, NAND and RAM in a unified architecture, the first All-in-OneMemory product comes configured with 512 KByte instant-on boot NOR, 128 MByte execute-in-place (XIP) code storage, 120 MByte data storage and 12 MByte system RAM for mobile and embedded applications.
12th July 2007

4GB microSDHC memory card

4GB microSDHC memory card
Toshiba has expanded its line of small-format, high-speed, high-capacity memory cards with the announcement of the launch of a 4-gigabyte microSDHC card. The addition of the new card extends Toshiba’s range of microSDHC cards, the preferred memory card for mobile phone applications, from 256MB up to 4GB.
28th June 2007

+125°C automotive FRAM memory from Ramtron

+125°C automotive FRAM memory from Ramtron
Ramtron has expanded its line of FRAM Grade 1 automotive memory products with the qualification of an additional serial FRAM device to operate at +125 degrees Celsius (C). The FM25CL64-GA – a 3-volt, 64-kilobit (Kb) FRAM with a high-speed serial peripheral interface (SPI) – is now Grade 1 AEC-Q100 qualified, making it suitable for automotive applications under the hood, as well as many others in the passenger cab. In tandem with the product announcement, Ramtron upgraded its Grade 1 operating data retention specification to 9,000 hours, and its non-operating specification to 17 years, representing 80% and 17% improvements respectively.
11th June 2007

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


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