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2011-10-28 Benefits of anti-fuse NVM in 28nm high-K metal gate
At smaller process geometries, especially 28nm HKMG, the challenges to integrating NVM such as flash, pseudo flash, and e-fuse are effectively addressed with an anti-fuse solution.
2012-07-18 Achieve robust, secure NVM with anti-fuse technology
Anti-fuse technology begins to emerge as a desirable alternative, offering more secure storage while scaling with each new generation of process.
2010-10-21 Antifuse NVM seeks to topple ROM
Non-volatile memory maker Kilopass rolls out a one-time programmable memory with up to 4Mb capacity, 0.8mm2 form factor, and 0.3mW/MHz power use that it claims is the front runner to replace ROM.
2002-09-16 Actel to expand "rad-hard" FPGAs
FPGA vendor Actel Corp. plans a family of radiation-hardened FPGAs based on its latest AX anti-fuse architecture by early next year.
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.
2003-04-01 Recapping IIC-China '03
In this year's IIC-China, the spotlight fell on a majority of Taiwan-based exhibitors including not only well-known consumer electronics players, but also smaller Taiwan IC design houses.
2014-06-09 Phase change memory: Multi-level to multi-tasking
In the VLSI 2014 paper, a 4bit per cell will be presented, the equivalent of 16 levels. It is conceivable that such a memory could operate in a multi-tasking role serving two separate applications.
2013-03-08 Kilopass to augment tech roadmap with $8M funding
Customer-led funding will enable Kilopass to expand its technology roadmap for next generation memory offerings.
2005-08-08 Introduction to Programmable Systems-on-a-Chip
There are a variety of programmable SoCs complete with underlying architectures and technologies. Tradeoffs exist between different programmable SoC devices.
2014-04-22 FPGAs must shape up to accelerate growth
The rocketing ASIC mask-set and NRE costs have not yielded a surge of FPGA designs, but have rather driven engineers to resort to older technology nodes to mitigate the cost issues. Considering this and the standing Moore's Law concern, the FPGA outlook does not appear so bright.
2015-09-16 eMemory rolls out OTP IP in 16nm FinFET Plus process
The NeoFuse IP works at single ultra-low voltage and claims to enhance data protection and security for mobile payment and IoT-related applications.
2015-04-01 Andes, eMemory unveil novel IC security solutions
Applying Andes Core S801 in SoC designs along with eMemory's OTP silicon IPs for security key storage in IoT products enables data security to be greatly enhanced at the minimum cost.
2003-05-16 Actel tools FPGAs for auto niche
Actel VP of Product Marketing Barry Marsh foresees that FPGAs would have a greater market on the automobile industry as manufacturers rely on programmable ICs for their telematic systems.
2003-08-19 Actel moves headquarters to larger facility
Actel Corp., a supplier of programmable logic solutions, has announced that they will relocate their worldwide HQ to a larger facility.
2013-03-14 10GbE controller more flexible with on-chip memory
Tehuti Networks is accelerating its transition towards ten gigabit Ethernet through its TN4010 controller, targeted at network interface card and LAN on motherboard customers.
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