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What is a memory interface?
An external memory interface is a bus protocol for communication from an IC, such as a microprocessor, to an external memory device located on a circuit board. Internal memory interfaces apply to communication with on-chip memory. The asynchronous External Memory Interface (EMIF) is a Texas Instruments IC bus used in their DSPs and digital media SoCs.
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2003-03-04 SST Flash memory boasts fast erase time
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. has introduced the SST39VF320 32Mb Flash memory chip that offers a maximum erase time of 50ms, instead of the minutes needed by most competing products.
2005-05-30 SST discloses flash memory support for Intel chipsets
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. (SST) announced a serial flash memory support of Intel Corp.'s latest Intel 82573E LAN chipset featuring Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT), and Intel 945 Express chipset family with Intel 82801GB and 82801GR I/O Controller Hub.
2005-10-03 SRAMs redefine datacom, handset memory landscape
To sustain longer battery life, SRAMs need to provide the performance necessary to achieve higher bandwidth and low power
2011-03-14 Spin torque used to write info on memory devices
Researchers are exploring new magnetic devices that can write information using a spin torque instead of magnetic fields. They hope the study would pave the way for better non-volatile memory devices.
2013-12-20 SPI flash memory targets graphic-rich apps
The Spansion FL Dual-Quad SPI family touts fast boot times and code execution, and quick graphic performance with 160MB/s read throughput.
2010-03-10 SPI flash memory allows multiple parameter options
The N25Q serial flash memory's Non-Volatile Configuration Register feature optimizes the device configuration by allowing multiple parameter options that are best-suited for the application.
2006-09-08 Spansion, Saifun extend flash memory agreement
Spansion and Saifun have extended its product design agreement, wherein Saifun will provide engineering support for the development of MirrorBit Quad products based on Spansion's MirrorBit technology.
2007-04-13 Spansion, Qimonda to supply memory subsystems for mobile
Spansion and Qimonda announced a strategic supply agreement that will combine Qimonda's low-power DRAM with Spansion's MirrorBit NOR and ORNAND devices into MCP memory solutions.
2006-06-20 Spansion, Data I/O collaborate for automated flash memory programming
Data I/O and Spansion announced a collaboration to advance the use of automated flash memory programming in the production of wireless, consumer and automotive markets.
2006-05-24 Spansion, ADI to provide memory solution for automotive apps
Spansion announced that Analog Devices is combining Spansion KGD Flash memory with its Blackfin processor in a MCM for automotive applications.
2006-09-27 Spansion touts first 4-bit-per-cell flash memory
Spansion Inc. demonstrated what it claims as the industry's 'first' four-bit-per-cell Flash memory technology designed to expand Flash memory innovation and lower costs of storing digital content inside electronic devices.
2005-09-23 Spansion shows HD flash memory solutions based on 90nm
ansion LLC has showed silicon of its single-chip 1Gb GL NOR flash memory and demonstrated working silicon of its 1Gb ORNAND flash memory based on 90nm MirrorBit technology.
2005-08-01 Spansion showcases single-chip 512Mb NOR flash memory device
At the 5th Annual Embedded Systems Conference-Taiwan, Spansion LLC showcased its broad range of NOR flash memory products, including what it touts as the industry's only single-chip 512Mb NOR flash memory device in production.
2004-05-04 Spansion memory devices feature password protection
The 128-, 64-, and 32Mb Flash memory products from Spansion are claimed by the company as the industry's fastest for 3V wireless systems.
2005-11-23 Spansion introduces high-density 64Mb serial flash memory device
Spansion LLC, the flash memory venture of AMD and Fujitsu Ltd, expanded its line of serial flash memory products with samples of a 64Mb Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) device.
2005-02-04 Spansion flash memory suits Philips cellular phone design
Spansion LLC, the flash memory subsidiary of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Fujitsu Ltd, has verified the compatibility of its flash memory solutions with the Philips Nexperia cellular system solution 5100, a multimedia-enabled GSM/GPRS cellular phone reference design.
2008-04-30 Spansion enters memory cross-licensing deal with IBM
Spansion has entered into a seven-year patent cross-licensing agreement with IBM, including IBM's newly unveiled racetrack electronic memory solution.
2005-04-13 Spansion displays NOR flash memory
Memory chip vendor Spansion LLC has joined the IIC-China tradeshow this year. The company exhibited its full-series of NOR flash memory, including 5V, 3V and 1.8V products, 1- to 512Mb products, as well as single-chip and multi-chip packaging products (MCP).
2014-04-25 Spansion beefs up flash memory roster for auto systems
The company has launched six devices in all, three Serial NOR and another three NAND memory density devices. The devices are said to have achieved a notable feat with temperature qualifications as high as 125C for Serial NOR and 105C for NAND.
2009-04-28 South Korea memory firms post Q1 profit drops
South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc. posted consolidated revenues of 1.31 trillion won ($978.2 million) in Q1, down by 13 percent compared to the previous quarter.
2005-10-04 Sony, SanDisk push micro Memory Stick
SanDisk and Sony Corporation have launched a jointly developed Memory Stick card dubbed the Micro, and are targeting the removable flash storage recording format at the mobile phones sector.
2003-06-19 Sony, SanDisk move closer on Memory Stick
Sony Corp. and SanDisk Corp. announced an expanded cross licensing agreement that will make SanDisk the first full partner in Sony's Memory Stick business.
2003-08-07 Sony memory stick to be manufactured in-house by Samsung
Sony Corp. has licensed Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd to manufacture and sell its Memory Stick media.
2003-04-30 Sony integrates MoSys memory into products
Sony Semiconductor Kyushu Corp. has signed a licensing agreement with MoSys Inc.
2003-08-25 Sony deploys 32-, 64-, 128MB memory sticks
Sony Corp. has developed a line of "Memory Stick Duo" with 32-, 64- and 128MB capacities that will target broadband enabled systems.
2002-03-06 Sonics releases memory scheduler core
Sonics Inc. introduced a memory scheduler core at the Design Automation and Test in Europe conference.
2001-07-02 Solving The Memory Bottleneck - DDR And Its Enabling Chipset
This paper describes the numerous benefits of DDR (double data rate) memory in improving bandwidth bottlenecks for many PC applications.
2006-09-01 Solving the MCP memory test challenge
Multichip packages (MCPs) are the standard for cellphones, with nearly all modern cellphones having at least one MCP. Using MCPs allows manufacturers to offer the new multifunction devices while maintaining small form factors.
2005-04-08 Software upgrade doubles test capacity for memory devices
An enhanced version of TCS for MOSAID's MS4205 family of memory test systems doubles the test capacity for memory chips to 8Gb.
2011-09-28 Software enhances flash memory performance
The Spansion FFS enables faster read and write system performance for parallel and serial NOR Flash memory.
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