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2012-02-23 PCM progress report no. 5: Scaling issues
Learn about the possible approaches to achieve the scaling necessary to make PCM a commercial success.
2012-02-09 PCM progress report no. 3: New direction with polyamorphic states
Here's a review of Semyon D. Savransky's paper to evaluate a type of nonvolatile memory based on polyamorphous chalcogenide transformations
2010-10-21 PCM gears up for prime time
Blending the attributes of NOR- and NAND-type flash memory, EEPROM memory, and DRAM, phase-change memory is presented as the best candidate to continue the scaling of NVM
2009-11-03 PCM advance paves way for higher density memories
Researchers have demonstrated a vertically integrated memory cell they call phase-change memory and switch
2003-02-06 Ovonyx expands STMicro license pact
Ovonyx Inc. has announced that STMicroelectronics will expand the scope of its license for thin-film OUM non-volatile semiconductor memory technology.
2006-08-01 OTP firmware enhances processor flexibility
Flash memory is costly for many consumer applications. Accessing firmware stored on external flash is power-intensive compared with storing the firmware on-chip. A better solution is to embed one-time programmable non-volatile memory on the processing chip.
2013-03-26 Organic NVM utilised in e-tags to track fake consumer goods
Thin Film Electronics' organic non-volatile memory in electronic labels put to work in brand protection.
2002-02-11 Organic light source remembers its setting
US researchers have developed a bistable organic light-emitting device that could let displays double up as non-volatile memories
2008-11-20 ON Semi gives up on Atmel takeover bid
ON Semiconductor Corp. has withdrawn from its joint proposal with Microchip Technology Inc. to acquire Atmel Corp.
2004-09-30 O2Micro receives patent for media reader
O2Micro Int. Ltd has been granted 16 claims under U.S. patent number 6,779,059 for its reconfigurable Flash Media Reader system.
2009-10-12 nvSRAMs boast improved access times
Integrating a real-time clock in the nvSRAMs covers applications traditionally served by battery-backed SRAMs.
2012-12-11 NVMe paves the way for SSDs in the enterprise
Scalable host controller interface for PCIe SSDs provides an optimised register interface, end-to-end data protection and performance across multiple cores.
2011-06-30 NVM solution targets 180nm process tech
Aimed at wireless, RFID, and analog and mixed-signal SoC designs, the DesignWare AEON NVM IP is implemented in standard CMOS process technology with no additional mask or process steps required.
2015-01-29 NVM battle: When will choices be made?
In the long term, STTMRAM is sure to be the only candidate to substitute DRAM thanks to its high endurance. RRAM is sure to substitute NAND thanks to its high scalability/low cost.
2002-11-26 NV SRAM Frequently Asked Questions
This application note list down the frequently asked questions and the corresponding answers for NV SRAMs.
2009-07-31 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
2009-08-10 Numonyx taps diodes for multilayer cross-bar memories
Numonyx has taken part in a $4.2 million-project to develop low-temperature zinc-oxide diodes for two-terminal memories based on cross-bar architectures.
2009-03-25 Numonyx revisits 5V automotive flash
Non-volatile memory supplier Numonyx BV has decided to re-enter the 5V part of the automotive flash memory business.
2012-12-21 Nikon, IME to open lithography R&D lab in Singapore
Nikon has teamed up with A*STAR's Institute of Microelectronics for an R&D facility in Singapore that will develop advanced optical lithography technology for IC manufacturing.
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
2009-04-09 New standard to reduce handhelds' power consumption
JEDEC Solid State Technology Association has announced the publication of JESD209-2 LPDDR2 Low Power Memory Device Standard. The standard will enhance the design of mobile devices by enabling increased memory density, improved performance, smaller size, overall reduction in power consumption as well as a longer battery life
2009-12-30 Nanovacuums enable better batteries, memories
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign claim that nanometer-scale vacuum tubes should be able to achieve 3x the energy density of Li-ion batteries.
2006-07-05 Nanosys expands collaboration with Intel, Micron
Nanosys announced that it has expanded its nanotechnology-enabled memory collaboration with Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc
2002-11-07 My-MS obtains ISO 9001:2000 approval
Malaysia Microelectronic Solutions Sdn Bhd has received an ISO 9001:2000 certification.
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.
2013-02-26 MRAM, PCM to lead $2B NVM market
The global emerging non-volatile memory market will grow from a value of $209 million in 2012 to $2 billion in 2018, with MRAM and PCM taking the lead.
2008-04-02 MRAM gets spot in Siemens touchscreen HMI
Siemens has developed an industrial touchscreen HMI application using MRAM technology supplied by Freescale Semiconductor.
2002-06-15 Motorola develops 1Mb MRAM chip
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2015-05-05 MLC PCM leapfrogs resistance drift, temperature hurdles
Researchers at IBM have found a way to tackle the phenomenon of resistance drift and the impact of temperature, which has been a barrier to multilevel-cell phase-change memory
2009-02-18 MLC NOR flash in 45nm now sampling
Numonyx BV is now sampling its multilevel cell (MLC) NOR flash memory products made using a 45nm process technology. The company claimed its 45nm products are the "most advanced" NOR flash memories in the market
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