TSMC has unveiled the foundry segment's claimed first 100MHz flash
memory single-cycle access speed 90nm embedded flash IP. The new macro
provides extremely high performance and excellent system efficiency that
meets the demanding requirement of faster on-chip flash memory access
and increasing CPU processor speeds in a wide range of automotive,
communications, and industrial microcontroller (MCU) products.. With its
100MHz flash access speed, the new IP enables superior integration with
high-performance processors to boost processing performance.
new macro is built on TSMC's 90nm logic process node, delivering
significantly reduced size and several times faster speed than its
0.18-micron counterpart. It provides single chip memory and logic
functionality, saving board space and enhancing system reliability.
claims to be the only foundry that provides multiple-generation
embedded flash IP that has passed automotive AEC-Q100 product
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