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Fujitsu introduces MCU with embedded FRAM

9/23/2010 10:31 AM EDT
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re: Fujitsu introduces MCU with embedded FRAM
daleste   9/23/2010 6:11:41 PM
It's great to see new technology moving into production. That is ten to the 15th power for the write erase cycles, not 1,015. How does this compare to EEPROM? Does FRAM require an internal charge pump? What is the difference in die size and process complexity (cost)? When will it be qualified for automotive?

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