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All blog posts tagged "NOR"

Partnering With Freescale to Enable Internet of Things

Wendy Lee-Kadlec   |   April 28, 2014   |   All Products

Over the past few years, “Internet of Things” (IoT) has become an industry buzz word. Not surprisingly, IoT was also the main theme of the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) held earlier this month in Dallas, Texas. FTF brings together embedded designers, as well as innovation enablers, like Freescale and Micron, to discuss current industry topics. This is my fifth year attending FTF—and it turned out to be one of the most exciting events yet! ...

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Tags: NAND, NOR, eMMC, DRAM, DDR3

Freescale Forum Attendees Score Free Micron TWRPI Modules

Jim Cooke   |   April 21, 2014   |   All Products

Earlier this month, I attended the Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) at the Gaylord Conference Center in Dallas, TX. FTF is a unique networking and learning opportunity for embedded designers. Attendees gather in early April for Freescale president and CEO Gregg Lowe’s keynote address The “cherry on top” of this already information-rich conference came in the form of some pretty awesome &ldquo...

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Standout Features of New Serial NOR

Massimo Fava   |   December 10, 2013   |   All Products

We’ve just released our latest 45nm Serial NOR MT25Q high-density product family that brings several benefits to embedded designs like set-top boxes (STBs), networking infrastructure equipment (routers), and industrial applications. Today, I’ll give a brief overview of two of these benefits. Instant Power-On Most of us have experienced the convenience of almost-instant device startup and wake from sleep when using our tablets and smartphones. And we only want more instant power-on ...

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Tags: NOR, Automotive

Mono-what Counter?

Lance Dover   |   September 10, 2013   |   All Products

Today, we’ve released the industry’s first SPI Flash memory device available with an integrated replay-protected monotonic counter (RPMC). A what, you say? To understand what the RPMC is, you must first understand some of the fundamentals of cryptography. By practical and modern definition, cryptography is the secure transmission of information. By most metrics, it involves one or more basic characteristics associated with a transmitted message: privacy (confidentiality), integrity,...

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Tags: NOR, Ultrathin

"Paying Our Dues" Paid off with PCM

Paolo Cappelletti   |   January 21, 2013   |   All Products

"Paying Our Dues" Paid off with PCM

“I commend Micron for being able to put silicon down and show volume production of PCM. This blows naysayers away—of which I was one—and shows that the technology can work. It also drives home the lesson that you must pay your dues in terms of development and production time—including the ability to work around a variety of issues like thermal disturb—to achieve a good, production-ready, innovative design.”  - Alan Niebel, CEO of Web-Feet Research ...

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Tags: PCM, NAND, NOR

Improving Ultrathin Boot Performance with Quad I/O

Redge Villanueva   |   January 2, 2013   |   All Products

Random Read Access Performance vs. Data Size

In today’s fast-paced world, consumers need faster system boot times in their ultrathin devices. But other advanced system features, like security, can interfere with boot-time performance targets, posing a challenge to ultrathin designers. The new quad I/O feature in Micron’s N25Q SPI NOR Flash memory can help. N25Q SPI NOR is the first in the market to support quad I/O mode at a 108 MHz clock rate, reaching read transfer rates up to 54 MB/s and improving read bandwidth up to 85% co...

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Tags: NOR, Ultrathin

Look Out Laptops; Ultrathins are Moving In

Kris Kido   |   November 28, 2012   |   All Products

Ultrathin Infographic

The brutal fight to stay relevant in the rapidly changing client computing market spurred CPU vendors and computer OEMs to rethink their approach to personal computing. They went back to the drawing board and began defining new form factors, energy-efficient processors and systems, and touch displays. The Intel-inspired Ultrabook™ devices are breaking new ground for powerful, sleek, power-efficient ultrathin laptops. ARM vendors, who traditionally played only in the mobile segment, have m...

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X Marks the Spot for Avnet’s Technical Training Road Show

  |   April 26, 2012   |   Memory

We’re ready to hit the road for X-fest 2012, Avnet and Xilinx’s 22-city tour that takes free technical training to FPGA, DSP, and embedded system designers around the globe. Our experts will be on-hand to show you how easy it is to integrate our memory into your applications—in fact, you’ll see mix of our DDR3, RLDRAM, and NOR Flash on the KC705, Spartan-6, and K7-MMP FPGA boards that Xilinx will be using for their training demos. We hope to see you at an X-fest event&md...

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Tags: RLDRAM, DDR3, NOR