Ramtron’s MaxArias Wireless Memory Products Win China Electronics Industry Awards
Ramtron International Corporation (Nasdaq: RMTR), a leading developer and supplier of ferroelectric-based low-power memory and integrated semiconductor products, today announced that its MaxArias Wireless Memory products have been recognized with Electronic Products China magazine’s “Product of the Year” and Application of Electronic Technique (AET) magazine’s “2010 Top Product” awards. Ramtron’s MaxArias Wireless Memory products will be showcased at the 2011 International IC-China Conference and Exhibition being held in Shenzhen, China from February 24-26.
About Ramtron’s MaxArias Wireless Memory Solutions
Ramtron’s family of MaxArias wireless memories combines up to 16-Kilobits of high-performance, nonvolatile F-RAM memory with the EPCglobal Class-1 Generation-2 UHF Air Interface Protocol Standard. When combined with an optimized antenna design, the MaxArias device powers up with energy harvested directly from the RF field. Mainstream RFID tags offer only a few kilobits of memory and exhibit inherently slow performance. Ramtron’s introductory MaxArias wireless memory offers up to 1,000 16-bit words of data on the IC. End users can benefit from the high-performance, high-capacity MaxArias device by storing and retrieving their valuable information such as manufacturing data, production number and date, configuration status, malfunctioning history, repair history, and even firmware revisions.
Ramtron’s MaxArias WM710xx family is ideal for applications spanning many industries including utilities, aircraft/industrial manufacturing, inventory control, maintenance tracking, building security, pharmaceutical tracking, and product authentication, among others.