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2010-09-07 ATMI, CVD, SiGen introduce a new class of components
ATMI and Ovonyx make headway with germanium antimony telluride-based phase change memory devices using chemical vapor deposition processes while CVD Equipment Corp. and Graphene Laboratories Inc. have introduced a line of CVD graphene products. Not to be outdone, Silicon Genesis (SiGen) has started production of solar wafers using its new high volume manufacturing system, dubbed PolyMax
2005-09-09 ARM7 MCU combines Ethernet, CAN, USB, encryption
Broadening its ARM7-based offerings, Atmel is launching two flash MCUs with embedded 10/100 Ethernet MAC, CAN, full-speed (12Mbps) USB 2.0 and a high speed AES/3DES encryption engine
2007-07-02 ARM-based secure MCU eyes embedded systems
Atmel Corp. launches the AT91SC192192CT-USB, a flash-based, ARM SC100 powered, secure MCU targeted at embedded systems
2010-04-08 Analysts weigh in on what's next for Spansion
Troubled NOR flash vendor Spansion Inc. missed its target date to emerge from bankruptcy. So what's next
2010-02-12 Analysts take on Micron-Numonyx deal
Analysts give their opinions on Micron Technology Inc.'s $1.27 billion acquisition of Numonyx Holdings B.V.
2009-03-10 Analyst: Spansion has three options
Jim Handy, an analyst with Objective Analysis, said that Spansion has three options: a merger with another company; re-working the company into a new Spansion; and getting additional financing options.
2003-01-17 AMD, M-Systems expand development agreement
AMD and M-Systems have expanded their agreement to jointly develop a customer-specific suite of hardware and software solutions targeted for mobile data storage products.
2005-07-15 Agilent proposes test solution for MCPs
Agilent Technologies unveiled its approach to production memory test systems at the Semicon West show
2006-05-16 Advanced memories still struggle in mobiles
Memory research managers themselves have scaled back their rhetoric in the past, avoiding the term universal memory altogether. Freescale, Intel and Texas Instruments are dealing with memory designs
2006-04-03 4Gbit NAND adds error correction code
Coming soon is STMicroelectronics' 4Gbit NAND flash memory chip powered by complex, on-chip BCH error correction code technology
2015-08-11 256Mb HyperFlash supports 333MB/s bandwidth
The device from Cypress is geared for high-performance applications, such as automotive instrument clusters, industrial automation, communication systems and medical equipment.
2008-12-11 1Gbit serial NAND chip rolls
Micron Technology Inc. has introduced a serial NAND with chip densities starting at 1Gbit.
2002-02-12 Scaling debate stalks chip conference
From the wide range of panels and tutorials at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference, from the myriad papers, from the conversations in the hotel halls, a single gnawing issue grew from hints and whispers to a groundswell of concern: Will IC technology continue to scale?
2006-07-18 Samsung builds 4Gbit NAND at 65nm
Samsung's 4Gbit NAND flash is the first standalone memory to be manufactured at the 65nm node
2003-12-03 Powerchip, SST to co-develop 3G SuperFlash technology
Powerchip Semiconductor and Silicon Storage Technology have teamed up to develop its third-generation SuperFlash memory technology
2007-01-25 NAND caching tech war, no winner yet
Neither the hybrid hard disk drives nor embedded NAND technology can be declared as winner in the brewing NAND caching technology battle as neither of the two convincingly realizes the potential of NAND caching, reveals IDC
2007-07-04 Macronix survives PowerChip's takeover bid
Powerchip Semiconductor has failed in its bid to gain control of another Taiwan memory supplier, Macronix International, according to reports from the Taipei Times
2008-09-22 IC Insights slashes 2008 forecast by $6B
Market research firm IC Insights Inc. has cut its semiconductor industry revenue forecast for 2008 by $6 billion, but said long-term trends would support pricing stabilization that will enable the industry to achieve a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.6 percent between 2007 and 2012.
2010-09-08 Fab moves in China
Micron Technology Inc. is exploring the option of operating Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.'s 300mm fab in Wuhan, China.
2010-09-28 Diagnostics suite trial version available
Kozio offers free trial of kDiagnostics Suite to BeagleBoard users
2005-02-02 Cypress samples seven customers with magnetic RAM
Silicon Magnetic Systems, a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has shipped so-called &quote;alpha&quote; samples of a 256kbit magnetic random access memory (MRAM) device to customers, and in at least two cases the memory is up and running in systems
2005-02-01 Cypress samples seven customers with magnetic RAM
Silicon Magnetic Systems shipped so-called "alpha" samples of a 256Kb MRAM device to customers.
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2006-09-11 Spansion embeds Discretix's security IP in handsets
Spansion Inc. has embedded Discretix's CryptoFlash security technology into the memory supplier's security processor for devices targeted at mobile handsets
2010-11-19 MCU family integrates peripheral functions
The first 32- and 16-bit RISC MCUs from Fujitsu's FM3 family operate at up to 80MHz with up to 512KB high-speed flash memory and up to a 64KB SRAM, with wide support for communications protocols
2006-05-11 Intel, Hynix, Micron, Sony form NAND group
Seeking to accelerate the time-to-market for NAND-based flash memories in the marketplace, Hynix, Intel, Micron, Phison and Sony are among the founding companies that announced the formation of a new and long-awaited working group in the arena
2009-08-12 Elpida sees red, delays foundry ramp
Japanese DRAM maker Elpida Memory Inc. may need an economic recoveryand a possible miracleto survive over the long haul
2015-06-15 What is the key to "instant on" electronics?
Memory is critical in instant-on operation. Using compressed root-file system images to save NV memory space and unpacking it into RAM for execution will add additional seconds to the boot process
2010-09-03 Texas, Spansion deals completed
TI has finalized the acquisition of Spansion's two wafer fabs in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, and Spansion has signed a foundry agreement for TI to produce its flash memory products in one of the fabs
2006-04-05 TAEC MCU targets portable consumer apps
TAEC has announced the availability of a new 32bit, single-chip MIPS-based reduced instruction set computer microcontroller with 2Mbyte of on-chip NANO FLASH memory
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