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posted in March 2012
DESIGN West remembers memory
Memory Designline Blog  
3/26/2012   Post a comment
Four-day engineering extravaganza features presentations on low-power FRAM and ways to improve throughput with serial NOR flash.
TDK eSSD integrates controller and flash memory in a single package
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3/26/2012   Post a comment
3 Gbps SSDs pack up to 4 GB of NAND flash memory in a 17-mm x 17-mm form factor for industrial applications.
RDIMMs maximize server performance, reliability, and scalability
Design How-To  
3/26/2012   Post a comment
Registered dual in-line memory modules (RDIMMs) provide increased capacity, faster data transfer, and enhanced error correction code.
Marvell unveils 6 Gb/s SATA controller
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3/19/2012   Post a comment
The device supports high-speed NAND flash interface up to 200 MB/s per channel.
Building a NAND flash controller with high-level synthesis
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3/19/2012   Post a comment
An HLS tool improves design productivity since it reduces the effort on debug and verification.
Toshiba launches ultrafast SDHC memory cards
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3/19/2012   Post a comment
UHS-I compliant SDXC and SDHC memory cards boast 95 MB/s transfer rates.
Microchip offers dev kit for SPI and SQI serial Flash memory devices
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3/19/2012   Post a comment
The SuperFlash Kit 1 from Microchip Technology is a new development kit that enables designers to evaluate Microchip’s SPI and SQI serial Flash memory devices.
How FRAM RFID improves the medical sterilization process
Design How-To  
3/16/2012   Post a comment
Clean uncontaminated products, are critical for medical diagnostics and equipment; ferroelectric RAM and RFID technologies are combining to help assure that these products are safe.
FPGAs unleash potential of Flash memory for enterprise applications
Design How-To  
3/16/2012   2 comments
Along with the exponential growth in enterprise storage comes an imperative to improve memory subsystem performance capacity and value.
Resistive RAM for next-generation nonvolatile memory
Design How-To  
3/12/2012   4 comments
Hafnium-oxide-based RRAM offers a low-voltage, high-efficiency, fab-friendly option for future generation nonvolatile memory.
We teardown a Chevy Volt (exclusive videos)
Design How-To  
3/12/2012   2 comments
What makes a Chevy Volt tick (and whirr and hum) is revealed in these videos where the car was taken apart over three days—quality, ruggedness, and modularity for incorporating future technology are apparent.
Winbond brings serial flash memory to automotive market
Product News  
3/12/2012   Post a comment
The AEC-Q100-qualified devices feature densities up to 128 Mb.
ADATA's new SSDs improve capacity
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3/12/2012   Post a comment
The XPG SX900, Premier Pro SP900, and Premier SP800 utilize multi-level cell NAND flash technology.
Self-calibrating logic IP for DDR addresses dynamic variation
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3/12/2012   Post a comment
Dynamic self-calibrating logic variation-aware IP enhances system yield, performance.
STEC launches SSD for embedded market
Product News  
3/5/2012   1 comment
The enterprise-class MACH16 solid-state drive allows system designers to shrink total storage footprint by 60%.
Texas Memory Systems unveils high-availability flash storage
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3/5/2012   Post a comment
The RamSan-820 uses eMLC memory with 24-TB capacity.
Choosing the right synchronous SRAM for your application
Design How-To  
3/5/2012   5 comments
Different SRAM specifications provide varying latency, speed, power efficiency, and utilization levels.
Greenliant releases industrial-grade embedded SSDs
Product News  
3/1/2012   Post a comment
The SATA NANDrive devices resist shock, vibration, and other extreme conditions.


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