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2006-09-12 50nm NAND flash tightens market competition
In getting this new device to the market, IM Flash Technologies (IMFT) has leapfrogged leading flash vendors Toshiba and Samsung in process technology. And it has gained an advantage in the NAND flash sector that's invaluable in this cost-sensitive marketplace
2007-03-28 32Mbit NOR flash is certified for automotive apps
STMicroelectronics has added a new 32Mbit device to its line of NOR flash products for automotive electronics
2005-05-11 1st Silicon starts production of Sharp's flash technology
1st Silicon Sdn. Bhd. has completed qualification and begun production shipment of Sharp Corp.'s 0.13?m NOR flash technology
2013-08-21 133Mhz grade 1Gb 3.3V SPI NAND flash unveiled
The SPI NAND flash developed by ATO Solution has a 1bit error correction code (ECC) engine built in the same die and promises to offer significant space savings
2013-06-25 Utilising non-volatile memory IP in SoC designs
Integrating anti-fuse NVM on chip for program storage results to increased margin as well as independence from vagaries of supply chain and component availability.
2012-10-05 Tight supply ups NAND flash contract price
DRAMeXchange revealed that due to tightening supply and Q4 restocking demand for smartphones and tablets, 2HSep. mainstream NAND flash contract prices have increased by about 7.5-11 per cent
2010-06-11 STT-RAM geared to displace DRAM, flash
Grandis Inc. has updated its STT-RAM roadmap with some ambitious efforts in mind: It hopes to replace DRAM, and eventually, NAND, with its next-generation MRAM.
2008-09-04 Spansion to incorporate NAND flash to handsets
Spansion will begin sampling later this year its Ornand2 MirrorBit technology-based NAND devices to handset manufacturers.
2006-09-01 Solving the MCP memory test challenge
Multichip packages (MCPs) are the standard for cellphones, with nearly all modern cellphones having at least one MCP. Using MCPs allows manufacturers to offer the new multifunction devices while maintaining small form factors.
2007-08-30 Serial flash memory with dual I/O clocks at 75MHz
STMicroelectronics' M25PX32 32Mbit serial flash memory with dual I/O supports 75MHz frequency through the entire 2.7-3.6V supply voltage range
2013-10-28 SD 3.0 memory card penetration rate to hit 20% in 2014
The maximum bandwidth SD 3.0, also known as UHS-I, offers a transfer speed of 104MB/s (much quicker than SD 2.0's 25MB/s), and a write speed that easily surpasses 10MB/s, stated TrendForce.
2008-06-10 Samsung remains upbeat despite memory slump
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd gave a progress report on its flat-panel display and semiconductor businesses, saying the LCD segment is seeing strong growth but the IC sector is showing mixed results.
2007-03-16 New flash contender emerges
Startup Grandis will work to develop embedded and standalone devices based on STT-RAM's method for data writes in a bold attempt to commercialize the technology.
2006-05-01 NAND flash moves into new markets
While NOR-type flash will continue to be used in hundreds of systems to store boot-up code, market research firms report that it is NAND flash that is growing fast, in turn driving growth in the IC industry
2011-01-14 Mixed picture seen for memory business
Micron president and chief operating officer Mark Durcan predicts that in 2011, DRAM's price will continue to slide, NAND flash will stay robust while the NOR market will remain relatively stable
2013-02-12 Micron to put flash, DRAM on DDR4 bus
Micron will include NAND flash and DRAM on the DDR4 bus to jump ahead of current solid state drives on PCI Express
2008-04-08 Memory consolidation still up in the air
Everyone seems to agree the memory IC market needs another round of consolidation, but so far, none of the leading suppliers are showing any signs of exiting the sector despite spiraling losses and increasingly negative cash flows
2008-04-28 Analysis: It's the season of memory JVs
Last week's announcement of the MeiYa Technology DRAM joint venture between Nanya and Micron offered further evidence that JVs are in vogueif not indispensablein the memory industry
2008-06-30 What types of ECC should be used on flash memory
NOR flash normally does not need error-correcting code (ECC). On the other hand, NAND requires ECC to ensure data integrity. NAND flash includes extra storage on each page to store ECC code as well as other information for wear leveling, logical to physical block mapping, and other software overhead functions
2008-06-26 Understanding burst mode NOR flash devices
Most Spansion LLC Flash memory devices operate with random access times on the order of 70ns to 90ns. Many applications require shorter access time to run code efficiently. To achieve shorter access times, approaches such as burst access were developed. Burst mode access can reduce the average access time of a device from 90ns to under 25ns
2007-09-21 Spansion starts production of NOR flash at Japan fab
Spansion Inc. announced it has begun production of MirrorBit technology at 65- on 300mm wafers at its Spansion 1 facility in Japan, with plans to ship to customers in high volume by the end of the year.
2008-10-10 Toshiba rounds up to get Spansion
In a quite strange turn of events, Toshiba is discussing things out to buy NOR flash memory leader Spansion Inc., according to Reuters.
2004-01-23 Toshiba develops nine-layered packaging technology
Toshiba Corp. said it has developed a multichip package that can stack up to nine chips in its 1.4-mm high package.
2013-05-21 ST advances PCM foray with NVM-embedded MCUs
STMicroelectronics plans to offer microcontrollers with embedded non-volatile memory as it advances its phase-change memory venture, according to CTO Jean-Marc Chery
2008-08-25 Spansion, SMIC forge 43nm fab deal
Spansion has expanded its foundry arrangement with SMIC to include 43nm production.
2012-04-05 Spansion to offer SLC NAND in Hynix deal
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal SK Hynix, will make the NAND flash chips and Spansion will test, package, sell and support them under its brand name
2007-10-26 Spansion taps SMIC for 65nm MirrorBit production
Spansion announced it will transfer its 65nm MirrorBit technology to SMIC for foundry services on 300mm wafers in China.
2008-06-10 Spansion streamlines operations, refocuses on Asia
Due to ongoing losses and lackluster demand for NOR flash memory, Spansion Inc. announced it will cut approximately 500 positions worldwide.
2008-06-27 Spansion readies DRAM alternative in datacenters
Spansion has rolled out a new class of memory that is intended to replace DRAMs and solve the energy consumption crisis in the datacenters
2009-04-24 Spansion mulls alternatives for wireless biz
Spansion Inc. has decided to pursue a standalone strategy focused on the embedded solutions market and intellectual property licensing and plans to pursue strategic alternatives for its wireless business.
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