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2002-06-26 Simtek receives first silicon from Amkor
Simtek Corp. has received its first silicon-oxide-nitride-oxide-silicon from Amkor Technology Inc. as part of their development, licensing and product agreement.
2011-10-13 Benefits of SONOS memory for embedded flash
Here's a discussion on why silicon-oxide-nitride-oxide-silicon memory technology is ideally suited for eFlash.
2014-09-02 SONOS returns, finds use in IoT
Cypress Semiconductor sees that the 1960s-developed silicon oxide nitride oxide silicon technology has what it takes to address the scaling and power challenges in connected devices.
2006-06-02 Symposium to mull 45nm challenges
Technologists attending the 2006 Symposium on VLSI Technology in mid-June will hear about multiple facets of 45nm processes
2003-06-26 PRAM poised to re-enter memory race
Phase-change RAM, also known as ovonic or chalcogenide memory, appears to have gotten a new lease on life.
2009-10-12 nvSRAMs boast improved access times
Integrating a real-time clock in the nvSRAMs covers applications traditionally served by battery-backed SRAMs.
2007-10-18 Non-volatile SRAM offers infinite read, write cycles
Cypress Semiconductor's non-volatile SRAM, manufactured on SONOS technology, features access times as low as 15ns, infinite read, write and recall cycles, and 20-year data retention.
2007-01-15 Macronix reworks SONOS for next-gen flash
Macronix is working on a flash memory structure, SONOS, that it believes will dismantle the barriers expected to confront today's floating-gate technology at the 45nm node.
2014-07-15 Cypress' 55nm SONOS embedded NVM process gets UMC nod
SONOS does not alter standard device characteristics or models when added to baseline CMOS process, preserving existing design IP.
2008-08-06 Cypress vends 2Mbit, 8Mbit nonvolatile SRAMs
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has introduced 2Mbit and 8Mbit nonvolatile static random access memories (nvSRAMs), extending Cypress's nvSRAM portfolio from 16Kbit to 8Mbit.
2011-01-07 Cypress triples touchscreen controller capacity
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced the expansion of manufacturing capacity for its TrueTouch touchscreen controllers manufactured on a process based on SONOS embedded nonvolatile memory technology.
2013-01-03 Cypress incorporates Ramtron FRAM devices
Ramtron's ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) products claim to offer the market's widest range of densities for fast-write non-volatile memories.
2015-06-15 Anvo-Systems delivers 1Mbit nvSRAM
The ANV32AA1W nvSRAM features non-volatile data storage in less than 15ms, fast access times, unlimited read & write endurance, a double memory architecture, and a clock rate of 66MHz.
2008-12-16 Analog hype overcrowds market
Industry pundits proclaimed 2008 the year of analog. But the odds for analog foundries' survival aren't looking good as analog foundry vendors face an IC market downturn, the breakout of a price war and mounting fears about intellectual property theft in China.
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