Ramtron - 8-Megabit parallel nonvolatile F-RAM memory
Ramtron has announced the availability of its 8-Megabit (Mb) F-RAM memory in a streamlined FBGA package. The FM23MLD16 is an 8-Mbit, 3-volt, parallel nonvolatile RAM in a 48-pin Fine-Pitch Ball Grid Array (FBGA) package that features fast access, virtually unlimited read/write cycles and low power consumption. Pin-compatible with asynchronous static RAM (SRAM), the FM23MLD16 targets industrial control systems such as robotics, network RAID sto...
Renesas Introduces SRAM Family with Fast Operating Speed for Next-generation Communication Networks
Renesas Technology Europe has announced the 72-Mbit Quad Data Rate II+ (QDR II+) and Double Data Rate II+ (DDRII+) high-speed SRAM product family for use in high-end routers and switches in next-generation communication networks. These SRAM products achieve the industry's fastest operating speed and are compliant with the QDR Consortium industry standard. The new family also includes 72-Mbit QDRII and DDR II SRAM devices. The full range of device...
STMicroelectronics Delivers 512-Kbit Serial EEPROMs in 2 x 3mm Package Outline
STMicroelectronics has leveraged its advanced non-volatile memory technology to deliver an industry first with two new 512-Kbit devices that offer the highest density memories available in the industry-standard 2 x 3 x 0.6mm 8-pin Micro Leadframe Package (MLP). Pin compatibility with memories of lower density allows designers to upgrade products quickly and efficiently by changing devices without redesigning the board.
Ramtron expands F-RAM Serial memory line with 32-Kilobit device
Ramtron International has announced the FM24CL32, a serial nonvolatile RAM that offers high-speed read/write performance, low voltage operation, and superior data retention. The FM24CL32 features 32Kb nonvolatile memory, 2.7 to 3.6-volt operation in an 8-pin SOIC package that uses two-wire (I2C) protocol. The FM24CL32 features fast access, NoDelay writes, virtually unlimited read/write cycles (1E14), and low power consumption. The FM24CL32 is a d...
Ramtron gets Grade 1 automotive qualification for nonvolatile state savers
Ramtron International has announced that two of its nonvolatile state savers, the FM1105-GA and FM1106-GA, have received AEC-Q100 Grade 1 qualification. The state saver device saves the state of signals on demand and restores them to the correct state automatically upon power up. F-RAM technology uniquely enables this capability due to its fast write time, virtually unlimited write endurance, and low-power requirements.
Toshiba to launch world’s first 32nm process NAND flash memory
Toshiba will reinforce its leadership in the development and fabrication of high density NAND flash memory when it starts shipping NAND flash memory products fabricated with 32nm process technology. Samples of the world’s first 32nm generation, 32-gigabit single chips, offering the largest density of any NAND flash chip, are available from today, and 16Gb chip products, the current mainstream density, will be available in July in Japan. The...
Power efficient 512-Kilobit and 1-Megabit Serial F-RAM V-Family memory
Ramtron has launched two more devices in a family of new parallel and serial F-RAM products that offer higher-speed read/write performance, lower voltage operation, and optional device features. The newest devices in Ramtron’s V-Family of F-RAM products are the 512-Kilobit FM24V05, and the 1-Megabit FM24V10. The new products are 2.0 to 3.6-volt, serial nonvolatile RAMs in 8-pin SOIC packages that use the two-wire (I2C) protocol.
Microchip Expands Serial EEPROM Product Line
Microchip announces several new I2C serial EEPROM devices in small packages. The company has unveiled a series of 4, 64 and 128kbit serial EEPROMs in a innovative Waver-Level Chip Scale Package (WLCSP). Additionally, the company introduced the industry’s first 1 and 2kbit I2C serial EEPROMs in a 5-pin SC-70 package, and the industry’s first 32 and 64kbit serial EEPROMs in a 5-pin SOT-23 package. The small, innovative devices complement indust...
Microchip Claims Industry’s Lowest Voltage EEPROM Devices
Microchip has announced a series of I2CTM EEPROM devices with the lowest operating voltage available on the market. The 24VLXX series of devices has an operating voltage down to 1.5V for both read and write operations, with a very low operating current of less than 400µA.
Toshiba Advances NAND Flash Memory with 3-bit-per-cell 32nm generation and with 4-bit-per-cell 43nm technology
Toshiba has announced breakthroughs in multi-bit-per-cell technology for NAND flash memories that will bring advances in chip densities and cost savings to next generation devices. In the 32 nanometer (nm) generation, Toshiba has realized a 3-bit-per-cell 32 gigabit (Gb) chip with the world-smallest die size, and smaller than a 2-bit-per-cell 16Gb chip fabricated with 43nm technology, which is currently in the market. The cutting-edge chip will b...