Flash storage for medical devices must provide error-free operation with the ability for firmware updates to ensure continued security.
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.
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.
Microchip's SMC 2000 family delivers DDR memory bandwidth, capacity expansion, reliability, and media flexibility for next-generation CPUs and SoCs.
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.
Rambus has expanded its DDR5 memory interface chip portfolio with the addition of the Rambus SPD Hub and Temperature Sensor.
Memory is a key design factor in enabling innovative new features and functionalities in ultra-compact wearable and hearable devices.
The MCUs and SoCs serving IoT applications are getting bigger and smarter and embedded memory has become a vital ingredient in these devices.
Memristive dynamics are common in the latest nanoscale devices, and as devices continue to shrink, memristive technology becomes increasingly viable and also necessary in active device development.