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Sony To Use FD-SOI in Stacked Image Sensors

Samsung goes for FD-SOI mass production
1/21/2016 10:30 AM EST
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RobPa
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One important fact ommitted in this article...
RobPa   1/26/2016 4:52:13 PM
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Sanjay Jha, the CEO of Global Foundries, is the Chairman of the Board on Ineda Systems.

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SingleEnded   1/25/2016 9:58:25 AM
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I fully agree MCUs will need to have flash or some other non-volatile memory technology available. One of the slides in this article mentions the availability of NVM in 2018 - so I guess it will remaing a missing piece for a little while longer. Does anyone know if Renesas has flash available in their FDSOI? I'm also curios if the NVM mentioned by Samsung will be flash or some other NVM technolgoy  -  anyone who can share their opinion on this?

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AKH0   1/22/2016 12:23:30 AM
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It's interesting that both MCU giants, NXP and Renesas, are embracing FDSOI (NXP at 28nm and Renesas currently at their own 65nm). A missing piece is however embedded flash implementation in FDSOI.

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No longer what if...
junko.yoshida   1/21/2016 5:38:49 PM
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The FDSOI Forum in Tokyo this week presented no longer "what if" scenario for FDSOI, but actually real data backed by real products in Samsung's presentation. A lot of progress it appears...

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