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Ramtron samples 64-Kb FRAM

7/6/2011 04:49 PM EDT
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chanj0
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re: Ramtron samples 64-Kb FRAM
chanj0   7/7/2011 12:01:29 AM
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64kb seems a bit low for today's embedded system. There are still various areas that the memory will be really useful. If the memory can further be embedded into a MCU, the application area will all of sudden widen. Nonetheless, business is business. price is still one of the key factors.

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TFCSD   7/6/2011 10:24:21 PM
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Good luck getting samples. The last time I requested samples from Ramtron it took about three months for them to arrive. After several requests of course. By that time the project was canceled.

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selinz   7/6/2011 9:04:29 PM
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It would be nice to see a pricing comparison too.

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