2020-06-04 - Susan Nordyk

32-bit MCUs improve motor control

Additions to the Renesas RX family of MCUs offer single-chip equipment control and networking for enhanced industrial automation.

2020-05-29 - Susan Nordyk

Temperature sensor monitors DDR5 DIMMs

Using real-time, closed-loop thermal management algorithms, the TS5111 sensor from Renesas helps DDR5 memory modules run at peak efficiency.

2020-05-26 - Susan Nordyk

Microcontroller lineup is safety-ready

Microchip’s AVR DA family of microcontrollers is recommended for safety-critical applications in both industrial and automotive products.

2020-05-13 - Rajan Bedi

On-board mass memory requirements for the new space age

NAND flash technology offers a potential non-volatile solution to enable future on-board mass memory needs for Earth-observation

2020-04-29 - Robert Herth

Selecting the right SSD for evolving embedded applications

Transformation touches every element of technology, flash memory being no exception. Falling prices combined with advances in flash memory have…

2020-04-20 - Syed S. Hussain, Director Segment Marketing, Winbond Electronics Corporation America

Why embedded developers are considering serial NAND Flash for code storage in systems that implement artificial intelligence

This article proposes that embedded developers should open their minds to the potential benefits of replacing SPI NOR Flash with…

2020-04-14 - Brian Dipert

Surface Pro upgrade offers more memory plus LTE connectivity

Insufficient memory, coupled with a longstanding desire to be a mobile computing warrior, fuel yet another system upgrade.

2019-05-24 - Nitin Juneja

GDDR6 DRAM Design Challenges on Signal Integrity

Each component in the memory interface channel requires close attention to ensure that signal integrity is maintained.

2019-05-22 - Paul Hill

JEDEC’s Signaling Protocol Makes Flash Reset Simpler

The industry standards body JEDEC has defined a serial reset protocol that avoids the need for a dedicated reset pin.

2019-04-17 - John Dunn

Delay line memory with a fatal flaw

This delay line device was an early form of computer memory.