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Substitution rules for nonvolatile memory components

Posted: 03 May 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:memory applications? replacement components?

This article explains basic guidelines for substituting a nonvolatile memory component in an existing design.

As part of Maxim's continued support for legacy nonvolatile (NV) memory applications, the Company is simplifying several memory product offerings. Depending on the specific product selected, some customers may have to modify their future purchasing information. Other customers will see no changes.

Many customers have questions about the general guidelines for substituting memory components in an existing design. This article addresses many of those questions. Maxim says they remain committed to providing suitable replacement components as memory densities and technologies evolve.

View the PDF document for more information.





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