Tech news tagged ‘sram’

sureCore offers FD-SOI SRAM core

sureCore, the Sheffield low power SRAM IP company, has announced commercial availability of its first, ultra-low power, embedded SRAM IP. The silicon proven, 28nm FDSOI production design targets applications demanding long battery life with minimal operating and stand-by power performance…

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10 chip firms to make it big in 2015

We take a look at ten chip firms well placed to make it big in 2015, from the NFC design-based platform AppNearMe to Melexis MEMS sensors…

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Electronics patent of the month: Secure storage on memory sticks

GB Patent Number: 2460304Granted to: ExactTrak It’s hard to hear the phrases, “Your mission, should you decide to accept it” or “this tape will self-destruct in five seconds” without bringing to mind Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt (or for the older readers, Dan Briggs or Jim Phelps) of…

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28nm FD-SOI much better than 22nm finfets for low power.

FD-SOI with metal gate last will be the winning process technology for low power products at 28nm and 20nm, with finfets proving to be a second-class solution, says Professor Asen Asenov, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Glasgow University who is founder and CEO of the leading statistical variablity…

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Altera to launch 20nm FPGAs next year

Altera intends to launch 20nm products next year with volume production starting in 2014, Bradley Howe, senior vice president for R&D at Altera, told a meeting in London this morning. The process will deliver twice the density of 28nm and a 60% reduction in static and dynamic power…

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Microchip moves serial SRAM to 5V

Microchip has introduced its first serial SRAM which operates off 5V. Likely applications are in automotive and industrial applications.  

The EEPROM market has completely moved to serial interfaces, and the flash market is also making this transition, due to the higher cost, board space and power consumption of parallel devices…

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Cypress says non-volatile SRAM has big speed benefits

Persistent serial memory can take the strain out of monitoring circuit design in repetitive event systems such as motor controllers, writes Grant Hulse, senior director of marketing at Cypress Semiconductor. Our world is filled with machines that perform repetitive tasks. For example, factory floor robots move in a series of…

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Toshiba, SanDisk sampling 19nm NAND

Toshiba and SanDisk will sample 19nm NAND flash as from the end of this month and plan to mass produce it in Q3. The first product to be made on the 19nm process is a 64Gbit multi-level cell flash memory. This will allow the two companies to assemble sixteen…

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