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BiTMICRO SoCs, flash SSDs to feature Kilopass memory tech

Posted: 19 Jul 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:licensing agreement? XPM? non-volatile memory? SoC? E-Disk?

Kilopass Technology, a provider of semiconductor non-volatile memory intellectual property, and BiTMICRO Networks, a maker of intelligent flash solid-state disk (SSD) solutions, announced that they have signed a corporate license agreement. Based on the agreement, BiTMICRO will be integrating Kilopass' XPM embedded, non-volatile memory technology in its next-generation SoC devices and E-Disk flash SSDs.

BiTMICRO SoCs comprise the Translation and Linking of I/O Nodes disk controllers, which feature integrated common industry standard interface cores, and the Intelligent Storage Interconnect Platform flash memory controllers, which offer multi-vendor support for large arrays of flash devices. Both controllers are expected to be deployed in E-Disk maxIO SSDs.

The SoCs with Kilopass XPM memory technology target 90nm standard logic CMOS processes. According to the two companies, XPM technology is used to store E-Disk boot-up code and to perform factory-floor programming to reduce the inventory management cost.

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