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Samsung teams with Denali for OneNand flash controller IP

Posted: 05 Aug 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:intellectual property? system-on-chip�onehand interfaces? controller ip? sdr/ddr dram memory?

Denali Software Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced that the two companies have reached an agreement to develop and deliver intellectual property (IP) products aimed at fast, efficient deployment of OneNand interfaces for system-on-chip (SoC) designs.

Plans call for the first such product, Denali's Databahn OneNand controller, to be introduced globally this month.

Under terms of the agreement, Denali is charged with developing and supporting OneNand Flash controller IP. Samsung will have a limited number of the Databahn IP product available to its customers at no charge.

Customers also may purchase the Databahn OneNand controller IP directly from Denali, as well as an integrated IP product, Dataplex (scheduled to be released next month), for controlling both OneNand flash and SDR/DDR DRAM memory.

"Our goal is to enable customers to track the performance of OneNand without leaving anything on the table, allowing customers to optimally differentiate their products, while accelerating the adoption of converged mobile solutions," said Jon Kang, senior vice president of Samsung Semiconductor's technical marketing group, in a statement.

Simulation models for OneNand flash devices and Databahn OneNand controller IP are available today. Pricing information was not disclosed.

- EE Times

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