2023-03-31 - Brian Dipert

Specifications and (more) deceptions in memory cards

Lower-capacity- and lower-speed-than-spec'd flash memory storage devices, mostly removable but also some internal, remain an endemic issue for suppliers, retailers and consumers alike.

2023-03-02 - Majeed Ahmad

NOR flash eyes IoT devices catering to more code, data

A new NOR flash packs more memory into a smaller footprint for battery-operated devices like wearables, hearables, GPS trackers and drones.

2023-02-20 - Brian Dipert

Benchmarking memory on an inexpensive PC

How do system memory speed, per-module capacity, and total system capacity affect PC performance results? The answer, as always, is "it depends".

2022-12-13 - Stephen Las Marias

Macronix wins back-to-back Memory Product of the Year honors at EE Awards Asia

Macronix has received the Best Memory Product of the Year award for the second year in a row at EE Awards Asia.

2022-10-25 - Katrin Zinn

Why flash controllers are needed in medical security

Flash storage for medical devices must provide error-free operation with the ability for firmware updates to ensure continued security.

2022-10-10 - Rajan Bedi

Comparing space-grade memory technologies

Satellite and spacecraft sub-systems are increasingly using more and more on-board storage, and the choice of memory has a major impact on overall capacity, physical size, power-consumption, speed, reliability, and mission lifetime.

2022-08-23 - Sandeep Krishnegowda

The case for de-integrating embedded Flash

When Flash is external to the SoC, memory is no longer a limiting factor. Developers can select a best-in-class SoC based on its performance and scale Flash density independently. Being able to right-size Flash memory also reduces system cost and footprint.

2022-08-05 - Microchip Technology Inc.

Microchip launches CXL Smart Memory Controllers for datacenter computing

Microchip's SMC 2000 family delivers DDR memory bandwidth, capacity expansion, reliability, and media flexibility for next-generation CPUs and SoCs.

- Majeed Ahmad

What CXL 3.0 specification means for data centers

The CXL 3.0 specification provides a range of advanced features and benefits, including doubling bandwidth with the same latency.

2022-07-27 - STMicroelectronics

STMicroelectronics launches serial page EEPROM

STMicroelectronics' Serial Page EEPROM is a high-density, page-erasable SPI memory that delivers unique and unprecedented flexibility and performance with ultra-low power consumption.