2020-12-16 - Rajan Bedi

DDR4 will enable new applications in the satellite industry

DDR4 will allow the satellite industry to offer higher-throughput on-board processing and increased acquisition times to enable new applications.

2020-11-09 - Majeed Ahmad

A brief history of Intel’s memory business

Intel’s departure from the NAND flash business is somewhat reminiscent of its exit from the DRAM market in the 1980s.

2020-11-06 - Pierre Noé, CEA-Leti

Ovonic threshold switching leads to breakthrough in memories

Ovonic threshold switching combines the phase-change memory element with an OTS selector device, both based on a chalcogenide material.

2020-10-26 - Rajan Bedi

Space-grade FPGAs can be re-programmed in-orbit

Re-programming SRAM and flash-based space-grade FPGAs in-orbit offers flexibility to change functionality and improve system performance in response to changing…

2020-10-01 - Richard Quinnell

PAM4 signaling for high-speed DRAM

Micron Technology has brought PAM4 signaling to high-speed DRAM in a release that may well be the dawn of the…

2020-08-14 - Susan Nordyk

Low-power FPGAs deliver twice the I/O density

General-purpose FPGAs in Lattice’s Certus-NX family deliver twice the I/O density per mm2 compared to similar FPGAs in packages as…

2020-07-22 - Mark Hagen and Oleg Volfson

Digital communication and control benefit power converter subsystems

Understand how a power subsystem’s digital interface can benefit a specific electronic application.

2020-07-15 - Morgan Chen-Chih Wang

Applying innovative FanFET technology to 3D-NAND Flash

This article introduces the innovative Fan type Field Effect Transistor (FanFET) technology applied to 3D-NAND Flash flash memory and a…

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.