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Ramtron energy-sipping FRAM serves low-power applications

2/6/2012 09:23 PM EST
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Nando Basile
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re: Ramtron energy-sipping FRAM serves low-power applications
Nando Basile   4/26/2012 2:24:06 PM
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Not necessarily. The added value comes from the whole system integratioin. If used efficiently, the rpice can be affordable upfront the systems final value.

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re: Ramtron energy-sipping FRAM serves low-power applications
DrFPGA   2/25/2012 5:57:40 PM
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This looks like a great companion to the new wave of low power MCUs, but the ).99c price tag need to come way down IMHO.

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