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What does FRAM stand for?
Ferroelectric RAM (FRAM) is a non-volatile memory that retains its content without power.
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2012-09-24 Zurich University reveals FRAM tech for green wireless apps
A research from Zurich University reveals that the use of FRAM nonvolatile memory in energy harvesting applications can cut energy consumption of the wireless sensor node by more than 40 per cent.
2014-12-29 Ultra-low-power FRAM targets industrial automation apps
The MB85RDP16LX from Fujitsu features multiple optimisations that promise to reduce energy consumption to less than 10 per cent of what is required by standard FRAM solutions.
2004-11-23 TI, Ramtron tip 4Mb embedded FRAM technology
During the Non-Volatile Memory Technology Symposium 2004 (NVMTS2004) last week, Texas Instruments Inc. and Ramtron International Corp. presented more details of their efforts in the ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) market.
2002-11-13 TI turns to FRAM as next gen memory solution
TI has produced a 64Mb FRAM chip within a standard CMOS logic process, validating the technology as a cost-effective alternative to embedded Flash and embedded DRAM in a variety of applications.
2007-10-01 TI secures e-passport market with FRAM-based chips
Texas Instruments will embark on the secure government ID market with products built around ferroelectric RAM and MCU technologies.
2009-04-03 Serial FRAM flaunts higher-speed read/write
Ramtron International Corp. has launched two more devices in a family of new parallel and serial FRAM products that offer higher-speed read/write performance, lower voltage operation and optional device features.
2008-09-18 Serial FRAM delivers increased storage capacity
Ramtron has launched the first device in a family of new FRAM products that provide high-speed read/write performance, low voltage operation and optional device features.
2002-10-25 Samsung ships 4Mb FRAM for mobile apps
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has announced the availability of a 4Mb FRAM that combines nonvolatile memory technology with the performance of SRAMs and DRAMs.
2005-08-12 RFID tag with 256 bytes of FRAM
Fujitsu introduced the newest member of its FerVID family of RFID tagsthe MB89R119that incorporates 256 bytes of FRAM and operates at approximately 50 times the speed of tags that use EEPROM.
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.
2005-08-09 Ramtron unveils FRAM-based Processor Companion offering
Ramtron introduced its FRAM-based Processor Companion family featuring highly integrated support and peripheral functions for processor-based systems.
2006-06-26 Ramtron unrolls 'first' FRAM-enhanced 8051 MCU
Ramtron has launched the VRS51L3074, touted to be the market's first 8051-based microcontroller with non-volatile FRAM memory.
2005-08-30 Ramtron rolls FRAM with serial interface
Ramtron International has rolled out the FM25256, a 256Kb nonvolatile ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) product with a serial peripheral interface.
2004-11-05 Ramtron FRAM supports Merlino embedded system board
Ramtron Int. Corp. disclosed that its FM3808 ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) has been selected by Seventech, an Italian company, for use in Merlino embedded system board.
2003-08-08 Ramtron FRAM runs up to 20MHz
Ramtron International has introduced what it claims is the first FRAM built using 0.35?m design rules.
2002-02-05 Ramtron FRAM offers 20MHz R/W speed
Claimed to be able to read and write continuously at 20MHz, the FM25CL64 SPI FRAM can outperform similar EEPROMS that require 10MHz and 10ms delays to read and write.
2004-10-26 Ramtron FRAM memory achieves AEC Q100 standard
Ramtron Int. Corp., a supplier of nonvolatile ferroelectric semiconductor products, has disclosed that it's FM25640 64Kb serial SPI FRAM product is now qualified under the Automotive Electronic Council's Stress Test Qualification for ICs (AEC Q100).
2002-04-01 Ramtron FRAM boasts 10 billion write cycles
The FM30C256 FRAM is claimed to read and write continuously at bus speeds of up to 1MHz at 10 billion-cycle endurancefaster than the 1 million write cycle of similar EEPROM devices.
2008-06-03 Ramtron extends FRAM devices to auto standards
Ramtron extended its line of FRAM memory devices, enabling the 64Kbit serial FRAM to operate over the automotive temperature of -40 to +85C. FRAM is used to record dynamic data easily, while maintaining data integrity even during power interruption.
2008-04-14 Ramtron debuts 'first' 2Mbit FRAM
Ramtron reports that it has released the industry's first 2Mbit serial FRAM in an 8-lead TDFN (5mm x 6mm) package.
2006-10-12 Ramtron combines FRAM and RTC in one tiny chip
Ramtron's new FM3130 is billed as a 64Kbit 3V FRAM-enhanced processor companion device that combines the benefits of nonvolatile FRAM with an integrated real-time clock/calendar in one tiny package.
2007-03-14 Ramtron brings FRAM to masses with TI's aid
Ramtron is hoping that the two-pronged offensive it is launching will help FRAM gain traction in more mainstream applications.
2012-07-25 Ramtron and Rohm enter Fram manufacturing agreement
Ramtron hopes to strengthen its competitive position with its agreement with Rohm to manufacture and license Fram lines.
2007-12-13 Ramtron adds 4Kbit FRAM to Grade 1 automotive line
Ramtron International has added another 4Kbit FRAM memory device to its Grade 1 AEC-Q100-qualified automotive product line, growing its number of 125C parts to five.
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.
2008-03-17 Processor companion integrates FRAM with RTC
Ramtron International has launched the FM3135, a processor companion product that combines the benefits of non-volatile FRAM with an enhanced RTC and integrated 32kHz watch crystal.
2007-05-29 Processor companion ICs with FRAM offer high-speed SPI
Ramtron International Corp. introduces its FM33x product family, a new line of FRAM-enhanced Processor Companion solution with a high-speed SPI.
2009-07-31 NV FRAM promises 10-year data retention
Ramtron has developed the FM23MLD16 8Mbit, 3volt ferroelectric RAM memory in a streamlined 48-pin FBGA package that features fast access, virtually unlimited read/write cycles and low power consumption.
2012-05-14 Next gen wireless apps with FRAM-based MCUs
Discover the unique features FRAM offers as a memory alternative for embedded wireless applications.
2014-10-01 MSP430 FRAM: How to and best practices
This application note discusses the how to and best practices of using FRAM technology in MSP430 from an embedded software development point of view.
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