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posted in November 2012
Tech Trends: First look at NAND Flash Interface Interoperability spec
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11/27/2012   Post a comment
JESD230 promises to simplify life for end users, but what does it mean for module and controller manufacturers
NVMe powers SSDs in the enterprise
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11/27/2012   Post a comment
Scalable host controller interface for PCIe SSDs offers an optimized register interface, end-to-end data protection, and performance across multiple cores.
Swissbit extends SSD product line
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11/27/2012   Post a comment
The SATA II device supports up to 260 MB/s data rate.
Serial EEPROM protects MAC/EUI addresses
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11/27/2012   Post a comment
Preloading MAC/EUI addresses simplifies developing networked devices.
Qimonda admin starts patent sale
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11/23/2012   1 comment
The insolvency administrator of Qimonda has put the patent portfolio of the now defunct German memory chip maker up for sale.
Texas Instruments' SM28VLT32-HT 4-MB Flash memory
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11/20/2012   Post a comment
TI's latest part has an operational capacity of 4 MB and eliminates the need for costly up-screening and qualification testing of industrial-grade components for temperature ranges outside data sheet specifications.
Fuel injection, ECUs and the pressure of NASCAR racing
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11/20/2012   1 comment
A new design gets its first big road test before millions of spectators and viewers. No pressure at all.
Alternative NVM technologies require new test approaches, part 2
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11/20/2012   Post a comment
Efficient FRAM testing requires the ability to simultaneously pulse the device and measure the results.
Samsung takes NAND memory below 20-nm
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11/20/2012   2 comments
Korean chip gaint has started manufacturing 10-nm class NAND memories and using them within a 64-Gbyte embedded multimedia card.
TDK unveils 1 TB flash memory controller
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11/20/2012   Post a comment
Design offers support for 3 Gbps SATA with access speed of 180 MB/s.
Slideshow: Making sense of connected sensors
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11/19/2012   8 comments
A host of sensors demonstrated at Japan's Embedded Technology show are showing up everywhere - from shoes and cars to rice fields.
ISSCC preview: Revving ReRAMS, boosting memory bandwidth
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11/19/2012   12 comments
Higher-density non-volatile memories, faster memory transceivers and improved SRAMs highlight ISSCC's memory track for February
Electronica: Micron memory to skip a node
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11/15/2012   3 comments
Micron Technology is looking at a so-called 2X-nm process manufacturing node for its next generation of phase-change memory. This will be a production node at roughly the same minimum geometry that Micron is investigating for the introduction of vertical-NAND flash memory.
Micron offers automotive-grade memory cards
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11/13/2012   Post a comment
Micron Technology has announced the availability of an embedded multimedia memory cards (eMMC) suitable for the automotive environment.
STMicro contactless memories with energy-harvesting capabilities
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11/13/2012   Post a comment
Battery-free NFC/RFID memory applications get quick start with energy-harvesting discovery kit from STMicroelectronics.
Optimizing memory design
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11/13/2012   2 comments
Modeling lets designers control costs and isolate hot spots to ensure high-speed operation of the final product.
Synopsys unveils memory test and repair tool
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11/13/2012   Post a comment
Algorithms address process variation and resistive faults at 20 nm and below.
Alternative NVM technologies require new test approaches, Part 1
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11/13/2012   3 comments
Simultaneously capturing current and voltage performance provides insight into phase-change memory devices.
Qualcomm overtakes Intel in market capitalization
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11/9/2012   20 comments
It's focus on apps processors for mobile devices and the fact that it is fabless has helped push Qualcomm past Intel in terms of market capitalization.
NAND storage firm raises cash
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11/9/2012   Post a comment
Diablo Technologies, a fabless chip company that supplies memory controllers and interconnect devices for memory subsystems based on NAND flash storage, said it has closed a $28 million funding round.
IDT introduces DDR3 memory buffer
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11/6/2012   Post a comment
Device can operate at can operate at 1.5 V or 1.35 V with transfer speeds up to 1866 MT/s.
IMEC backs carbon nanotube memory
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11/1/2012   6 comments
Belgian microelectronics research center IMEC has announced a joint development program with Nantero Inc. to make carbon nanotube non-volatile memories with critical dimensions of less than 20-nm.


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