Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > SRAM migration

SRAM migration Search results

?
?
total search47 articles
2010-02-25 Migration to 90nm 5V Async SRAMs
This application note discusses the migration of 5V asynchronous SRAMs from existing technology (250nm and earlier) to 90nm technology
2005-01-19 LSI RapidChip family aims to speed migration from FPGAs
LSI Logic announced early this week the next family in their expanding array of structured ASIC products, the Integrator-2.
2005-06-08 Embedded controllers simplify migration for cost-sensitive apps
Freescale says its two new ColdFire device families ease the migration to 32bit performance for applications that require low power consumption and flexible integration at an affordable price point
2006-09-01 Core charts 8/32bit MCU migration path
With the 68K/ColdFire MCU core, OEMs can now easily upgrade from 8bit to 32bit capability with the same on-chip peripheral functions and tool sets.
2010-03-15 Process tech simplifies ASIC migration
Tier Logic Inc. offers the first details about a technology that employs a novel processing change to build FPGA and ASIC products on a single die.
2005-04-01 Migration path laid to low-cost 32bit MCUs
Moving from 8bit architectures to 32bits entails several hurdles to overcomeone of them is cost.
2009-07-10 SRAMs designed for next-gen comms network
Renesas Technology Corp. has announced the 72Mbit Quad Data Rate II+ (QDR II+) and DDRII+ high-speed SRAM product family for use in high-end routers and switches in next-generation communication networks
2005-01-17 Philips Semi pushes ARM outside MCU envelope
Two trends are converging on the 32bit MCU segment, accelerating CPU power growth, memory size and I/O sophistication.
2014-01-22 NXP releases LPC11U6x USB microcontrollers
The LPC11U6x USB microcontrollers from NXP Semiconductors builds on the company's LPC11Uxx portfolio with a range of enhanced features, including a more energy-efficient ARM Cortex-M0+ processor, more flash and SRAM, more serial communications, a new 2-Msps ADC, and more versatile timers
2004-04-16 Memory-rich MCUs from Philips CAN do
Philips has added more memory and a new level of support for the automotive and industrial CAN bus to its ARM7 TDMI-based LPC2000 family of 32bit MCUs.
2006-02-02 Infineon produces 65nm samples
Infineon Technologies has produced first sample chips in its 65nm CMOS platform technology.
2009-10-20 'First' 144Mbit SRAMs achieve 550MHz clock speed
The 65nm SRAMs offer up to half standby and dynamic current consumption compared with 90nm SRAMs.
2009-06-09 Using CellularRAM memory to replace Fujitsu 3V FCRAM
This application note addresses requirements for a design migration from 3V FCRAM to CellularRAM devices. It also describes the comparative device overview, interface-change requirements, device driver requirements and added benefits of using CellularRAM memory
2009-06-09 Using CellularRAM to replace UtRAM
This technical note describes the comparative device overview, interface-change requirements, device driver requirements and added benefits of using CellularRAM products.
2008-03-26 TMSC unveils 40nm 'half-node' step to 32nm
TSMC has unveiled an interim, 'half-node' step toward 32nm, which the foundry giant expects to ramp starting late next year.
2011-07-21 SPI FRAMs provide 10 billion write/read cycles
Fujitsu Semiconductor's SPI FRAM family operates at a voltage range between 3C3.6V and provides an endurance of 10 billion write/read cycles.
2008-07-02 Spansion all set for Numonyx challenge
Sizing up Numonyx as its new competitor, Spansion said it will keep a close eye on the company.
2006-05-24 RTOS supports Stellaris MCUs
Pumpkin Inc. announced the availability of the Salvo real-time operating system, which supports Luminary Micro's Stellaris family of microcontrollers.
2011-03-04 Renesas' RX MCU family expands with new RX200 series
Renesas' RX200 32-bit MCUs are targeted for applications such as smart meters, smartphones, intelligent sensors and almost all portable battery-operated devices.
2007-03-16 Reduce memory subsystem power consumption in handsets
Less attention has been given to memory components despite the fact that the power demands of memoryat least 20 percent of total power budgetare equal to the demands of the application processor. Reducing the power used by memory can significantly extend handsets battery life.
2007-05-11 Real-time clocks feature nonvolatile FRAM
Dallas Semiconductor adds nonvolatile FRAM to its real-time clock product line with the DS32B35 and DS32C35, said to be the industry's most accurate RTCs.
2007-09-28 Ramtron 8051-based MCU has 2Kbyte FRAM
Ramtron International has launched the VRS51L3072, an 8051-based MCU with 2Kbytes of non-volatile FRAM.
2003-05-12 Philips launches 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S MCU line
Philips Semiconductors has launched the first three members of a new family of microcontrollers based on a 32-bit ARM7TDMI-S processor core.
2005-07-15 NOR continues to battle NAND flash memory in the handset
The features built into the handset should determine the flash memory choice.
2006-09-18 Microchip 8bit MCUs integrate an Ethernet controller
Microchip Technology Inc. has announced a family of small 8bit microcontrollers with an integrated IEEE 802.3-compliant Ethernet communications peripheral.
2004-12-16 Memory alternatives wait for flash to flame out
Memory makers are waiting for flash to die down in the hope to provide new alternatives in the future.
2010-11-12 MCUs tout more memory, new packages
Renesas refreshes 32-bit MCU line with higher-capacity memory, new package selections
2007-06-26 MCUs offer high performance at lower power, cost
Atmel Corp.'s customizable MCU delivers up to 8x the performance for DSP algorithms frequently implemented in FPGAs, with reduced power consumption and unit IC costs that are 30-50 percent lower.
2008-06-23 MCU with direct FPGA interface debuts
Atmel Corp. has announced the AT91CAP7E, said to be the industry's first ARM7-based MCU with a direct FPGA interface.
2004-10-18 LSI Logic takes aim at PCI Express
Targeted to the needs of PCI Express developers, LSI Logic announces a new family in its RapidChip structured-ASIC line.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top