KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia Silterra and Taiwan's eMemory Technology said they have verified a one-time programmable (OTP) memory on Silterra's 0.18-micron CMOS process technology.
The partners said Thursday (Aug. 24) in a statement that eMemory's Neobit technology offers support for multiple configurations of up to 1 megabit in capacity.
Silterra said the memory technology's customization possibilities would allow chip suppliers to target the consumer market.
Neobit OTP memory blocks are already available for Silterra's 0.18-micron process. Silterra is planning to offer a 0.13-micron version, which is ready for silicon validation, by the end of the year.