Serial EEPROMs are low-power, nonvolatile memory devices with robust operating ranges, small size and byte alterability, making them ideal for data and program storage. Serial EEPROMs can be written more than one million times.
EERAM is a nonvolatile SRAM with a shadow EEPROM backup. Data is automatically backed up onto the EEPROM at power down using a small external capacitor. Unlike NVSRAM, no external battery is needed. This device combines the reliability of an EEPROM with the performance of an SRAM. EERAM offers unlimited erase and write cycles to the memory.
Our Serial Quad I/O™ (SQI™) and SPI Flash devices are manufactured with our proprietary, high-performance CMOS SuperFlash® technology, which significantly improves performance (erase any block in less than 25 ms) and reliability (100 years data retention) while lowering power consumption.
Our multi-purpose parallel Flash memories are manufactured with our proprietary, high-performance CMOS SuperFlash technology which significantly improves performance (erase any block in less than 25 ms) and reliability (100 years data retention) while lowering power consumption.
Serial SRAM is a standalone volatile memory that offers an easy and inexpensive way to add more RAM to your application. These 8-pin devices have unlimited endurance and zero write times.
Serial NVSRAM offers low-cost, nonvolatile RAM storage via an external battery and is ideal for applications that need to write very often to the memory.
Parallel EEPROM provides robust nonvolatile memory with faster read times than serial EEPROM for direct code execution and high-reliability data storage in telecommunications, avionics, military and other applications.
One-Time Programmable (OTP) EPROM technology with fast parallel access times provides secure, unalterable memory for excellent firmware and data protection.
These secure EEPROMs provide a truly secure means of preventing product counterfeiting and piracy for applications requiring comprehensive data protection, including mutual authentication between device and host.
The industry’s first commercially available serial memory controller, the SMC 1000 8x25G, enables CPUs and other compute-centric SoCs to utilize four times the memory channels of parallel attached DDR4 DRAM, delivering higher memory bandwidth and media independence for compute-intensive platforms with ultra-low latency.