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2006-05-30 nvSRAMs deliver non-volatile memory with no battery
Cypress' family of non-volatile SRAMs (nvSRAMs) internally store data when power is lost, with no battery required
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.
2007-10-04 Non-volatile SRAM controller has tamper detection
Maxim has introduced the DS3605, an I?C-compatible, secure, non-volatile SRAM controller with tamper detection.
2010-06-11 Non-volatile SRAM (nvSRAM) basics
This application note describes the nvSRAM basic operations. The 4Mbit nvSRAM in 0.13?m SONOS QuantumTrap technology is also discussed here. The same descriptions apply to other Cypress nvSRAM parts.
2013-10-10 Crocus to begin production with SRAM, sensor offering
Jacques Noel, founder of Crocus, stated that the company will start with 1Mbit and 4Mbit non-volatile SRAM using 130nm process technology moving quickly to 90nm.
2002-12-11 Adding Nonvolatile SRAM into Embedded Systems
This application note describes how to interface an NV SRAM to a microprocessor based system as either program or data memory
2007-03-15 Xilinx touts 'first' 90nm non-volatile FPGA platform
Built on Xilinx's 90nm Spartan-3 Generation low-cost FPGA fabric, the Spartan-3AN FPGA platform is touted to be the industry's most advanced non-volatile FPGA solution
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.
2009-04-20 Secure MCU packs NV SRAM, tamper-detection tech
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAXQ1850 high-performance 32bit RISC microcontroller for the financial terminal market.
2002-11-26 NV SRAM Frequently Asked Questions
This application note list down the frequently asked questions and the corresponding answers for NV SRAMs.
2009-10-02 Non-volatile RAM delivers up to 800MHz
AGIGA Tech's non-volatile RAM system delivers speeds up to 800MHz with peak transfer rates equivalent to DRAMs
2007-12-11 NEC touts fastest SRAM-compatible MRAM
NEC says it has developed a new SRAM-compatible MRAM that can operate at 250MHz, the world's fastest MRAM operation speed today
2007-08-28 Japan's NSCore licenses NV SRAM tech to Rohm
NSCore has licensed its PermSRAM NV SRAM technology to Rohm for use throughout its logic circuits
2013-05-07 32M CMOS SRAM offers 2.7V to 3.6V power supply
Alliance Memory's AS6C3216 operates from a single power supply of 2.7V to 3.6V, boasts a fast access time of 55ns and is offered in the 48-pin, 12mm by 20mm TSOP-I package.
2005-04-04 1Mb FRAM replacement for SRAM
Ramtron finally offered a non-volatile FRAM that is designed to be a drop-in replacement for standard asynchronous SRAMs
2010-04-21 16Mbit MRAM set to displace SRAM
Everspin Technologies Inc. is sampling a 16Mbit magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) device designed to displace battery-backed SRAMs or associated discrete solutions
2003-08-05 Simtek goes lead-free in SRAM packaging
Simtek Corp. has announced that they now offer lead-free packaging for its entire family of nvSRAM products.
2008-04-15 Simtek turns down Cypress buyout proposal
NV SRAM pioneer Simtek has rejected the buyout proposal of Cypress Semiconductor for $2.20 per share in cash
2007-03-05 Is MRAM right for your consumer embedded device application?
Available memories on the market have inherent limitations that prevent them from offering the best memory features. However, with further refinement, MRAM could someday be hailed as the universal memory.
1999-10-21 DS1670 Portable system controller
The paper discusses the DS1670 portable system controller, which features the integration of key functions like real time clock, nonvolatile RAM control, microprocessor monitoring, and ADC converters, insuring small form factor and low power consumption for portable devices.
2009-01-27 Driving reliable automotive designs
For FPGAs to be part of an ultra-reliable design, designers must protect the valid FPGA configuration used for initialization and prevent SRAM corruption during device operation
2007-04-19 Battery back-up controller protects sensitive data
Dallas Semiconductor has introduced the DS3641 secure battery-backup controller, which offers comprehensive features for data protection in POS terminals and other applications containing sensitive data.
2008-08-22 Xilinx touts cost-saving features of Spartan-3A FPGAs
Xilinx's Extended Spartan-3A family combines new small form factor device packaging and the low-cost, high functionality of the Spartan-3A, Spartan-3A DSP and Spartan-3AN platforms into a single, high-volume FPGA family.
2014-08-27 Understanding STT-MRAM
STT-MRAM can take the place of low-density DRAM and SRAM, especially for mobile and storage devices. But what is it and how does it differ from MRAM
2015-06-15 The MCU guy's guide to FPGAs: Configuration
Embedded design engineers usually come from MCU background, so they often have only a vague idea as to what an FPGA is. In this article, we are going to look into configuration techniques and technologies.
2009-04-20 The benefits of using nvSRAM in data-logging apps
In memory subsystems where flash is the only non-volatile memory, several shortcomings still need to be resolved. These shortcomings can all be corrected by adding a second non-volatile memory, specifically a non-volatile SRAM (nvSRAM) as a "flash page assembly unit" to the memory subsystem. This article describes this improved solid-state memory system.
2002-07-29 STMicro NVRAM features 3.05mm profile
The M48Z32V ZEROPOWER NVRAM integrates battery switchover and write-protect functions, and a low-power SRAM device, into a 44-pin SOIC package with a 3.05mm profile
2010-03-16 Specialty foundries extend their reach
The specialty foundries Dongbu, MagnaChip, TowerJazz and X-Fab are expanding their wings with new capabilities or alliances.
2012-10-10 SmartFusion2 SoC FPGA ready for industrial, medical apps
The company's next-generation SmartFusion2 SoC FPGAs are designed to address fundamental requirements for advanced security, high reliability and low power in critical applications.
2013-02-27 Research targets highly energy-efficient CMOS logic systems
Tokyo Institute of Technology researchers proposed a new architecture of power-gating using non-volatile SRAM and non-volatile FF circuits called non-volatile power-gating for high performance systems.
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