Toshiba to enhance line-up of 32nm multi-level cell SSDs
Toshiba Corporation has announced an expanded line-up of NAND-flash-based solid state drives based on the company’s 32nm Multi-Level- Cell NAND flash memories. The new drives include the industry's first 128-gigabyte Half-Slim /mSATA SG Series SSD modules, ideally suited for a variety of applications including mini-mobile and netbook PCs, and the HG Series that delivers all the high level performance and endurance essential for notebook compute...
Toshiba Launches Highest Density Embedded NAND Flash Memory Modules
Toshiba Corporation has announced the launch of a 64 gigabyte (GB) embedded NAND flash memory module, the highest capacity yet achieved in the industry. The chip is the flagship device in a new line-up of six embedded NAND flash memory modules that offer full compliance with the latest e•MMC TM standard, and that are designed for application in a wide range of digital consumer products, including smartphones, mobile phones, netbooks and digital...
Macronix claims World’s First 256Mbit Serial Flash
Macronix International continues its leadership and innovation in the Serial Flash market by announcing the world’s first 256-megabit(Mbit) Serial Flash product. This new 256Mbit product, MX25L25635E, will allow system designers and manufacturers to offer greater functionality and performance in their products.
SST - Low-Voltage, High-Speed Quad I/O Serial Flash Memory
SST today announced the industry’s first 1.8V, high-speed quad-bit serial flash memory. Featuring an 80 MHz operating frequency and a specialized instruction set, the new 26WF Series Serial Quad I/O (SQI) family of 4-bit multiplexed I/O serial interface devices enables execute-in-place (XIP) capability, allowing programs to be stored and executed directly from the flash memory without the need for code shadowing on an SRAM.
Cypress Claims First 65-nm 144-Mbit SRAMs
Cypress Semiconductor has announced the industry’s first monolithic SRAMs at 144-Mbit densities, the latest members of its 65-nm SRAM family. The new 144-Mbit QDRII, QDRII , DDRII and DDRII memories leverage 65-nm process technology developed with foundry partner UMC. They feature the market’s fastest available clock speed of 550 MHz and a total data rate of 80 Gbps in a 36-bit I/O width QDRII device, and consume half the power of 90-nm SRAMs...
Cypress Expands Leading Non-Volatile SRAM Portfolio with New Serial Family And Adds Integrated Real-Time Clock Capability
Cypress Semiconductor has introduced a new 1-Mbit Serial non-volatile Static Random Access Memory (nvSRAM) family and new 4-Mbit and 8-Mbit nvSRAMs with an integrated real-time clock (RTC). Cypress’s nvSRAMs are manufactured on its S8™ 0.13-micron SONOS (Silicon Oxide Nitride Oxide Silicon) embedded non-volatile memory technology, enabling greater densities and improved access times and performance. nvSRAMs are ideal solutions for applicatio...
AGIGA Tech Claims Highest-Density Battery-Free Non-Volatile RAM System for Applications Needing Critical Data Back-Up
AGIGA Tech Inc., a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp., today introduced what it says is the market’s highest-density, high-speed non-volatile RAM system. The AGIGARAM non-volatile system’s (NVS) new CAPRI family delivers densities between 256 megabytes (2048 megabits) and 2 gigabytes (16 gigabits). The easy-to-use, turnkey family leverages a DDR2 SDRAM interface to deliver speeds up to 800 MHz with peak transfer rates equivalent to DR...
Pulsic tools deployed by Toshiba Corporation for layout of next generation Flash Memory
Pulsic Limited has announced that Toshiba Corporation will be extending its deployment of Pulsic tools and services in order to maximize efficiency and quality of results for the layout of their next generation Flash Memory designs.
ACAL Technology cuts SRAM lead-times and future-proofs designs against loss of supply
ACAL Technology announce a new cross-matching service designed to eliminate extended lead-times for high-speed SRAM, and to future-proof designs by second-sourcing fit, form and function alternatives to virtually any existing SRAM.
Ramtron extends V-Family product line with serial 256-Kilobit F-RAM
Ramtron International Corporation, the leading developer and supplier of nonvolatile ferroelectric random access memory (F-RAM) and integrated semiconductor products, has announced two new serial nonvolatile F-RAM products that offer high-speed read/write performance, low voltage operation, and optional device features. The 256-Kilobit (Kb) devices, which are part of Ramtron’s V-Family of F-RAM products, include the FM24V02, a two-wire (I2C) in...