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2013-01-10 ATO solution rolls out 1Gb SLC NAND flash
The device is an 8bit bus width and 3.3V operational single level cell (SLC) product with 1bit error correction control environment.
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.
2012-09-21 Why GigaDevice gambles on NOR flash memory
China fabless firm GigaDevice is staying put in the NOR flash market even if the industry proves challenging for sales growth and expansion
2016-04-12 Stackable NOR, NAND flash suitable for apps, IoT
The mixing and stacking capabilities of Winbond's SpiStack provide designers with flexibility to meet needs for a variety of small machine-to-machine (M2M) and IoT devices.
2014-09-12 SMIC unveils 38nm NAND Flash process tech
The 38nm NAND Flash technology targets diversified high volume specialty applications such as embedded products, mobile computing, TV and STB
2006-03-07 Silicon Motion flash disk controllers to power new UFD products
Silicon Motion announced that it has achieved successful customer implementation of the world's fastest USB 2.0 flash disk controller
2014-05-28 Parallel NOR trumps SPI in embedded applications
While the SPI provides several benefits including lower overall system costs, parallel NOR performs better in application uses where speed and performance are a factor
2015-10-23 NAND flash devices for embedded apps compatible with SPI
Applications for the "Serial Interface NAND" from Toshiba include consumer applications as flat-screen TVs, printers and wearable devices and industrial applications, including robots
2015-11-02 Micron develops 3.2Gb/s NOR Flash
The XTRMFlash boasts random access times as fast as 83ns, sequential byte reads as fast as 2.5ns, 400MB/s memory, and is compatible with the Quad SPI flash pinout used in serial NOR flash
2011-11-01 Atmel samples Cortex-M4 Flash MCUs
Atmel's SAM4S16 offers high Cortex-M Flash memory density of 2MB, 192KB SRAM and best-in-class code protection
2008-12-11 1Gbit serial NAND chip rolls
Micron Technology Inc. has introduced a serial NAND with chip densities starting at 1Gbit
2013-02-26 NOR flash demand to drop as cell phones favour NAND
IHS revealed that global NOR flash memory market revenue this year is forecast to dip to $3.40 billion, down two per cent from $3.47 billion last year and from $4.34 billion in 2011
2012-05-16 Tablets, smartphones propel mobile memory chip market
IHS projects the revenue for mobile memory to reach $14.9 billion this year, up from $14.1 billion in 2011.
2007-08-08 Robust CPU module suits multimedia applications
A high processing performance, unique multimedia features and extreme low power consumption are the outstanding capabilities combined in the CPU module EXM32-AU1250 from MSC Vertriebs.
2014-11-05 Rethinking memory design for IoT and wearables
The space, power and application requirements of wearables and other mobile connected devices that collectively make up the growing IoT ecosystem require a fresh approach to system design.
2013-11-25 Maximise the processing power of wireless modules
Using a wireless module's excess processing capacity to replace the MCU can yield a better cellular-equipped system.
2011-07-26 Dev kit offers onboard 512Mb DDR2
Embest's DevKit7000 is based on the 1GHz Samsung S5PV210 ARM Cortex-A8 application processor and integrates four UARTs and four USB hosts.
2007-03-21 Connectivity platform suits emerging mobile apps
QuickLogic has developed ArcticLink, a programmable connectivity solution platform that supports emerging mobile applications including smartphones, media players, navigation systems, industrial products and ExpressCard peripherals.
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
2013-05-13 Advantages of surface-mount SSDs
A surface-mount solid state drive in a ball grid array package offers an alternative data storage architecture that has improved performance, power savings and cost.
2012-09-07 Spansion surpasses Micron for first time in 3 years
Regaining its top position in NOR flash segment, Spansion in Q2 generated $233 million in revenue, up from $219 million in the earlier quarter
2006-02-03 MCU includes 32KB of SRAM
ST announced the availability of larger SRAM versions of the 8051-based uPSD3400 Turbo Plus MCU series, which integrate 32KB of SRAM, 256KB of flash memory and USB 2.0
2006-11-02 MCUs offer access to high-capacity external storage
Atmel's SAM7SE MCUs are said to be the only ARM7-based MCUs to include an external bus interface that provides access to massive amounts of external NAND Flash, SDRAM, CompactFlash, SRAM and ROM storage
2013-06-14 FSA rolls out 32bit RISC MCUs with ARM Cortex-M4 core
Fujitsu Semiconductor America's FM4 family of 32bit RISC microcontrollers operate from 3V and 5V power supplies and feature an ultra-wide bus for onboard flash memory
2014-12-15 ST rolls out MCU portfolio in compact packages
The STM32F446 MCUs offer additional options for designers by integrating enhanced ARM Cortex-M4 processing performance, compact 256KB or 512KB on-chip Flash all with 128KB RAM
2007-05-16 Tool lowers system cost for handsets
QuickLogic's ArcticLink is an ASSP that can be configured to support several communications and peripheral protocols for handheld systems.
2007-11-12 Test system targets multiple memory MCP devices
A high-speed, high-throughput memory test system for MCPs has been introduced by Advantest Corp.
2008-06-02 ST steps up 32bit design flexibility with enhanced STM32 MCU family
STMicroelectronics has increased both the scalability and peripheral options of its 32bit STM32 MCU family, which was introduced in June 2007.
2008-05-27 ST embraces 65nm process for SPEAr customizable chip
STMicroelectronics introduces a new member of its SPEAr family of configurable SoC ICs.
2006-05-18 Real-time remote Java controller to address myriad enterprise applications
The JNIB device will provide a Java environment from end-to-end for industrial, automation, security, logistics, RFID and facilities control applications.
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