Analysis of China’s 3D Layer NAND Flash
TechInsights has announced they are conducting considerable analysis on the Yangtze Memory Technologies' 3D 64L Xtacking TLC NAND Flash device.
Protect against malware in SPI flash memory systems
Microchip Technology has announced a new cryptography-enabled microcontroller (MCU), the CEC1712 MCU with Soteria-G2 custom firmware – designed to stop malicious malware such as rootkit and bootkit for systems that boot from external Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) flash memory.
32-bit microcontroller product line-up expanded
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced major strategic expansions to its already extensive line-up of microcontrollers. The TXZ+ family is a new range of 32-bit microcontrollers based on Arm Cortex processor cores.
Universal flash storage for 5G smartphone performance
Micron Technology has announced it began sampling the industry’s first universal flash storage (UFS) multichip package (uMCP) with low-power DDR5 (LPDDR5) DRAM. The uMCP provides high-density and low-power storage designed to fit on slim and compact midrange smartphone designs.
Collaboration to accelerate end-to-end Ethernet storage
Marvell has announced that it is working with leading SSD vendor KIOXIA and original design manufacturers (ODMs) Foxconn-Ingrasys and Accton to bring its Ethernet Bunch of Flash (EBOF) technology solutions for Ethernet storage to market. As data growth continues to soar, data centres are faced with demand for greater storage bandwidth and capacity as well as lower latency.
Out-of-the-box solution for supply chain security
Winbond Electronics Corporation and Karamba Security have announced secure flash memory chips with integrated runtime integrity for automotive ECUs and IoT connected consumer, industrial devices and supply chain security.
How pseudo-SLC mode can make 3D NAND flash more reliable
The data that computers across numerous sectors are collecting and processing needs to be stored, a demand that continues to push storage costs higher. Cost is a pain point in the consumer electronics sector, and manufacturers of smartphones and laptops want to see storage costs decrease. However, that decrease can’t come at the expense of the safety and reliability that both commercial and industrial enterprise servers require.
Industrial-grade memory for 5G business opportunities
Apacer has announces the full-scale production of 32GB DDR4 industrial-grade memory. This is now available to global first-line SD-WAN (Software-Defined WAN), and virtual router vCPE (Virtualised Customer Premises Equipment) customers.
Memory chips offer end-to-end security for IoT devices
The family of certified TrustME Secure Flash memory chips from Winbond Electronics has been extended with the W77Q series which targets IoT and smart connected consumer and industrial devices.
Low profile 32GB industrial Mini-DIMMs launched
SMART Modular Technologies has announced its lineup of DDR4-3200 32GB Low Profile industrial Mini-DIMMs. SMART has several new 32GB Mini-DIMMs which include ULP (Ultra Low Profile) and VLP (Very Low Profile) with registered and unbuffered ECC options to meet a wide range of use cases.