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posted in June 2013
Startup Touts Non-Volatile Memory for Logic Process
News & Analysis  
6/28/2013   10 comments
Rangduru is a California-based fabless chip company startup that is working on non-volatile memory in both discrete and embedded forms.
Memory scaling: A systems architecture perspective
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6/24/2013   Post a comment
Scaling approaches include cooperation across multiple levels of the computing stack, including software, microarchitecture, and devices.
STMicro signs memory design agreement with Rambus
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6/24/2013   1 comment
Multifaceted agreement expands existing licenses between the two companies and settles all outstanding claims.
DRAM market consolidates, gains in stability
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6/24/2013   Post a comment
Production is expected to decline by 24% to 13 million this year, according to IHS.
Tuning phase-change memory for low-power applications
Design How-To  
6/24/2013   1 comment
Advances in phase-change memory materials cut programming current levels.
IMEC helps scale NAND flash below 20-nm
News & Analysis  
6/21/2013   5 comments
IMEC has produced a multilayer inter-gate dielectric that opens up operational voltage windows for planar NAND flash memory structures below 20-nm.
The future of charge-trapping flash memory
Design How-To  
6/17/2013   3 comments
Charge-trapping technology supports NAND flash, NOR flash, and 3-D architectures.
Toshiba, TSMC report ROMs with multi-level cells
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6/17/2013   Post a comment
Toshiba, TSMC both reported multi-bit per memory cell ROMs at the Symposium on VLSI Circuits held in Kyoto, Japan, last week.
ST EEPROMs guarantee 4 million erase/write cycles
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6/13/2013   Post a comment
At that endurance level, ST’s latest EEPROMs give designers extra freedom to update stored data more frequently and extend system lifetime.
Five trends spotted at this year’s Computex
Blog  
6/12/2013   7 comments
Attendance of Computex ended this week was flat compared to a year ago. But this year’s Computex was more revealing than met the casual eye, with signs of the changing dynamics in the industry.
Microchip rolls out unique-ID EEPROMs
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6/11/2013   Post a comment
Pre-programmed 32-bit serial number can be extended to other lengths.
Scaling NAND flash to 20-nm node and beyond
Design How-To  
6/10/2013   3 comments
Replacing conventional wrap floating gate with high-K/metal gate yields NAND flash that can easily reach 15-nm node.
Microchip’s 24AA02UID, 24AA025UID, 11AA02UID, 25AA02UID and 24AA256UID unique ID family of EEPROMs debuts
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6/6/2013   Post a comment
The chip maker has also added EUI-64 options to MAC-address family of EEPROMs for easy and low-cost access to IEEE MAC addresses.
Microchip to acquire embedded memory IP supplier
Design How-To  
6/5/2013   1 comment
Acquisition of Novocell by Microchip subsidiary Silicon Storage Technology expands Microchip's flash memory IP offering.
How to use ECC to protect embedded memories
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6/4/2013   Post a comment
Multi-bit error correction and automation can help meet reliability and volume production goals.
Memory markets to grow up to 30% in 2013
Blog  
6/4/2013   9 comments
The biggest surprise isn't revenue numbers but an extraordinary prediction for the future of DRAM.
How do we make 3-D NAND flash practical?
Design How-To  
6/3/2013   4 comments
Discover the key challenges that need to be solved to enable 3-D memory, and one implementation that might just fit the bill.
SMIC forms joint venture for 28-nm chip production
News & Analysis  
6/3/2013   11 comments
Some $3.6 billion funding has been earmarked for SMIC joint-venture to focus on 45-nm and finer geometry manufacturing.


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