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SMIC, ISSI-Shanghai develop EEPROM technology

Posted: 14 Apr 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:smic? issi-shanghai? eeprom cell?

Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC) and Integrated Silicon Solutions Inc.-Shanghai (ISSI-Shanghai) has developed a high reliability EEPROM technology.

Roger Lee, Senior Vice President of SMIC's Memory Technology Development Center, says the new product is a potential market draw and can be used for various applications. "We are to serve our customers' needs and we are ready. The reliability data obtained from real products using this advanced EEPROM technology indicates SMIC's EEPROM fabrication has reached another milestone," he says.

SMIC's advanced high reliability EEPROM technology is mainly used for automotive electronics. "With more reliable lifetime, more powerful performance and greater cost competitiveness, these EEPROM cells allow us to provide higher quality and more cost-effective products to our customers and help us, in particular, to fulfill our long-term commitment to the automotive market," says Henry Pu, general manager of ISSI-Shanghai.

The products cover densities from 1K to 64K and have operating voltage from 1.8V to 5.5V. The device also meets automotive temperature range of -40C to 120C, lowers standby power by 25 percent and increases maximum speed for the SPI devices to 10MHz.

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