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eMemory, MagnaChip team on non-volatile memory IP

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:non-volatile memory IP? NVM logic? high-voltage process?

eMemory Technology Inc. and MagnaChip Semiconductor Ltd have partnered on Neobit-embedded non-volatile memory (NVM) intellectual property, which received final verification to be applied in CMOS logic and high-voltage processes.

Neobit Technology is applied in 0.18- and 0.35?m logic, high-voltage and analog processes for a variety of products including LCD driver ICs, power management ICs and analog ICs. Currently in global mass production, Neobit OTP devices increase wafer yield and product function by parameter tuning after modeling and packaging, effectively improving production flexibility and customization quality.

Specialty foundry provider MagnaChip is the first foundry alliance partner to work with eMemory in Korea. MagnaChip has been working with eMemory on the development of NVM and high-voltage platforms in recent years. eMemory will continue to work in close cooperation with MagnaChip on development of advanced technologies and processes to enhance their overall competitiveness and market scope.

Charles Hsu, president of eMemory, commented, "In addition to providing our Neobit OTP technology, a highly reliable and cost-effective solution, MagnaChip and eMemory are collaborating closely to expand and enhance product variety by offering distinctive technology."

Channy Lee, executive VP and general manager of MagnaChip's semiconductor manufacturing services business, commented, "It's our mission to create the most innovative and cost-effective manufacturing solutions for our customers. The combination of MagnaChip's manufacturing expertise and eMemory's Neobit NVM together will offer customers the best solution in the marketplace."

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