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Full-Spectrum Serial Solutions

Tom Eby, VP of Embedded Solutions, discusses the strategy and continued commitment to our valued NOR/embedded customers.

Our serial NOR solutions are purpose-built to meet the needs of consumer electronics, industrial, wired communications, and computing applications. Our industry-standard packaging, pinouts, command sets, and chipset compatibility are easy to design in, saving valuable development time while ensuring compatibility with existing and future designs.

Density Part Family Voltage Width Applications Speed Package

512K

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M25P 2.3V-3.6V x1 Embedded 50 MHz SO8 Narrow, V-PDFN-8

1Mb

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M25P, M25PE, M45PE 2.3V-3.6V, 2.7V-3.6V x1 Automotive, Embedded 50 MHz, 75 MHz KGD, SO8 Narrow, U-PDFN-8, V-PDFN-8

2Mb

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M25P, M25PE, M45PE 2.3V-3.6V, 2.7V-3.6V x1 Automotive, Embedded 75 MHz KGD, SO8 Narrow, V-PDFN-8

4Mb

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M25P, M25PE, M45PE 2.3V-3.6V, 2.7V-3.6V x1 Automotive, Embedded 75 MHz SO8 Narrow, SO8 Wide, U-PDFN-8, V-PDFN-8

8Mb

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M25P, M25PE, M25PX, M45PE 2.3V-3.6V, 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2, x1 Automotive, Embedded 75 MHz SO8 Narrow, SO8 Wide, U-PDFN-8, V-PDFN-8

16Mb

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M25P, M25PE, M25PX, M45PE, N25Q 1.7V-2.0V, 2.3V-3.6V, 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2, x1/x2/x4, x1 Automotive, Embedded 75 MHz, 108 MHz KGD, SO16 Wide, SO8 Narrow, SO8 Wide, T-PBGA, U-PDFN-8, V-PDFN-8, XF-SCSP

32Mb

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M25P, M25PX, N25Q, N25W 1.7V-2.0V, 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2, x1/x2/x4, x1, x4 Automotive, Embedded, Wireless 75 MHz, 108 MHz KGD, SO16 Wide, SO8 Narrow, SO8 Wide, T-PBGA, U-PDFN-8, V-PDFN-8

64Mb

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M25P, M25PX, N25Q, N25W 1.7V-2.0V, 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2, x1/x2/x4, x1, x4 Automotive, Embedded, Wireless 75 MHz, 108 MHz KGD, SO16 Wide, SO8 Wide, T-PBGA, V-PDFN-8, W-PDFN-8

128Mb

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M25P, N25Q, N25W 1.7V-2.0V, 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2/x4, x1, x4 Automotive, Embedded, Wireless 75 MHz, 108 MHz KGD, SO16 Wide, SO8 Wide, T-PBGA, V-PDFN-8

256Mb

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N25Q 1.7V-2.0V, 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2/x4 Automotive, Embedded 108 MHz SO16 Wide, T-PBGA, V-PDFN-8

512Mb

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MT25Q, N25Q 1.7V-2.0V, 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2/x4 Automotive, Embedded 133 MHz, 108 MHz SO16 Wide, T-PBGA, V-PDFN-8

1Gb

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MT25Q, N25Q 1.7V-2.0V, 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2/x4 Embedded 133 MHz, 108 MHz SO16 Wide, T-PBGA

2Gb

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MT25Q 1.7V-2.0V, 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2/x4 Embedded 133 MHz T-PBGA
Micron NOR

MT25Q: Enhanced SPI Multiple I/O Solutions

Enhance read, erase, and program performance in your designs with our cost-effective 45nm MT25Q SPI NOR Flash devices—ideal for set-top boxes (STBs), networking infrastructure equipment (routers), industrial applications, and other embedded designs. The MT25Q enables you to read 512Mb of code in less than one second, perform sector erases dramatically faster than previous-generation devices, and program at industry-leading speeds of up to 2 MB/s. It’s offered in capacities from monolithic 512Mb up to 2Gb and in industry-standard 1.8V and 3V supply voltages.  

You can also improve application security and reliability with the MT25Q’s advanced sector protection scheme, software write protection, and one-time programmable (OTP) security features. And migrate existing designs easily with the MT25Q’s backward-compatibility to our existing serial NOR products and other legacy, non-Micron SPI NOR devices. Looking forward, MT25Q will minimize your redesigns thanks to our long lifecycle support. 

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N25Q: SPI Multi I/O Solutions

Our multi-I/O (single, dual, and quad) serial NOR line offers dramatic read performance (up to 54 MB/s), flexible memory partitioning (uniform 64KB and 4KB), small package size, and wide package support. Based on 65nm technology, N25Q is offered in both 1.8V and 3V power supplies, as well as an automotive-grade option. N25Q is compatible with the M25P and M25PX families.

Improve Security for Ultrathins With Monotonic Counter Feature

We’ve partnered with Intel to provide one of the most advanced SPI NOR devices in the market. Our cost-effective 64Mb N25Q device with the replay-protected monotonic counter (RPMC) feature meets the security requirements of your ultrathin applications and is validated for future Intel® Ultrabook™ platforms.

 

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Improve Security for Ultrathins With Monotonic Counter Feature

We’ve partnered with Intel to provide one of the most advanced SPI NOR devices in the market. Our cost-effective 64Mb N25Q device with the replay-protected monotonic counter (RPMC) feature meets the security requirements of your ultrathin applications and is validated for future Intel® Ultrabook™ platforms.

The RPMC feature significantly enhances preboot security in cost-sensitive embedded, mobile, and personal computing architectures. Our RPMC-enabled device facilitates critical nonvolatile data storage while making systems resistant to rollback and replay attacks. It enables original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to further strengthen code/data storage in the boot memory and deliver more secure systems to customers.

The N25Q device with RPMC is available in SO8W and W-DFN 0.8mm extremely thin packages and is compliant to Intel's Serial Flash Hardening Product External Architecture Specification.

Density Part Family Voltage Width Applications Speed Package

64Mb

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N25Q 2.7V-3.6V x1/x2/x4 Embedded 108 MHz SO8 Wide, W-PDFN-8
Micron NOR

M25PX: SPI Legacy Dual I/O

Our dual-I/O (single and dual) serial NOR line offers high read performance (up to 19 MB/s), flexible memory partitioning (uniform 64KB and 4KB), and support for lower densities (<32Mb). M25PX delivers improved read speed compared to legacy M25P devices over the entire supply voltage range and also offers an extended temperature range, as well as an automotive-grade option. M25PX is compatible with the M25P family.
Micron NOR

M25P: Legacy SPI Single I/O

The M25P series is legacy SPI family offers standard SPI protocol (9MB/sec max), sector erase (uniform 64kB), small package size—enabling even smaller PCB designs, low density support (<32Mb). The M25P line also features an automotive grade option.
Micron NOR

M45PE/M25PE: Single I/O, Legacy SPI Page Erase

Our M45PE/M25PE serial NOR line offers a standard SPI protocol (up to 9 MB/s), page erase (uniform 256 bytes, 4KB, and 64KB), support for lower densities (<32Mb), and EEPROM command emulation. Each 256-byte page can be individually erased and programmed, with a write instruction that offers the ability to update data at the byte level. M45PE and M25PE are compatible with the M25P and M25PX families.
  • The broadest SPI NOR portfolio in the market
  • Best-in-class for frequency in full voltage range and extended temperature range
  • Standard interface enables a high degree of interoperability and backwards compatibility
  • Full product voltage range
  • Industry-standard packaging enables easier density migration
  • Support – Our NOR products are backed by 30 years of Micron’s industry-leading technical expertise
  • Extended temperature range—including automotive—offers options across applications

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Selecting a Flash Storage Solution

Selecting a Flash Storage Solution

The NOR/NAND Flash guide describes the various Flash technologies and provides a systematic way for the system designer to select the optimal nonvolatile memory solution based on key design considerations.

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Serial Flash Discovery Parameters for MT25Q Serial NOR Family: (PDF 206.96 KB)This technical note discusses the serial Flash discoverable parameters (SFDP) for the Micron® MT25Q Serial NOR Flash memory family. TN-25-06 11/2014 Technical Note
Serial NOR Flash Product Flyer: (PDF 375.37 KB) Key features and benefits of Serial NOR Flash for consumer and computing, embedded, and automotive applications. 10/2014 Product Flyer
Serial Flash Memory Device Marking for the M25P/PE/PX, M45PE, and N25Q Product Families: (PDF 372.58 KB)Explains product part marking for embedded SPI Flash memory devices TN-12-24 04/2014 Technical Note
Using Micron's TWRPI SPI NOR Module With Freescale's Tower Platform: (PDF 1.68 MB) This technical note provides instructions for using Micron's TWRPI-compatible SPI NOR module with Freescale's Tower platform. TN-12-32 04/2014 Technical Note
Migrating from Macronix's MX66L 512Mb to Micron's MT25Q 512Mb Flash Device: (PDF 314.33 KB)This technical note compares the features of the Micron® MT25Q (512Mb) Flash memory device with the Macronix MX66L51235F Flash memory device. TN-25-04 01/2014 Technical Note
Land Pad Design for NOR Flash Memories: (PDF 541.71 KB)High-level information on Micron's NOR Flash memory packages and their suggested PCB land patterns TN-12-25 10/2013 Technical Note
NOR | NAND Flash Guide: Selecting a Flash Storage Solution : (PDF 210.68 KB)This guide describes the various Flash technologies offered by Micron to help system designers select the optimal Flash solution for their needs. 10/2013 Product Flyer
Reset Configurations for N25Q and N25W Flash Memory Devices: (PDF 126.02 KB)This technical note provides a list of the reset configurations available for N25Q and N25W Flash memory devices. TN-12-29 10/2013 Technical Note
MT25Q Serial NOR Flash Memory Software Device Drivers: (PDF 205 KB)This technical note provides a description of the C library source code for Micron MT25Q serial NOR Flash memory devices. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. 09/2013 Technical Note
Migrating from Spansion's S25FL128S to Micron's N25Q 128Mb Flash Device: (PDF 307.95 KB)This technical note compares the features of the Micron N25Q 128Mb and Spansion S25FL128S Flash memory devices. TN-12-31 07/2013 Technical Note
NOR Flash Cycling Endurance and Data Retention: (PDF 285.49 KB) This technical note defines industry-standard testing and Micron's testing for NOR Flash cycling endurance and data retention. TN-12-30 07/2013 Technical Note
Networking Solutions Guide: (PDF 240.27 KB)This guide outlines Micron’s various solutions—from DRAM components and modules to NOR and NAND Flash to solid state drives (SSDs)—available for networking applications. 06/2013 Product Flyer
Migrating from Winbond's W25Q256FV to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device: (PDF 250.82 KB)Migrating from Winbond's W25Q256FV to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device TN-12-26 01/2013 Technical Note
Migrating from Macronix's MX25L25635F to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device: (PDF 301.37 KB)Migrating from Macronix's MX25L25635F to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device TN-12-20 11/2012 Technical Note
Migrating from Spansion's S25FL256S to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash: (PDF 300.16 KB)Compares features of Micron's 256Mb N25Q and Spansion's S25FL256S Flash memory devices TN-12-19 11/2012 Technical Note
Migrating from Spansion's S25FL512S to Micron's N25Q 512Mb Flash Device: (PDF 282.1 KB)Migrating from Spansion S25FL512S to Micron N25Q 512Mb Flash Device TN-12-21 11/2012 Technical Note
Migrating from EON's EN25QH256 to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device: (PDF 246.7 KB)Migrating from EON's EN25QH256 to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device TN-12-23 08/2012 Technical Note
Migrating from Macronix's MX25L12835F to Micron's N25Q 128Mb Flash Device: (PDF 261.13 KB)Migrating from Macronix's MX25L12835F to Micron's N25Q 128Mb Flash Device TN-12-22 07/2012 Technical Note
Comparing Micron N25Q and M25PX Flash Devices: (PDF 150.47 KB)Tech Note Comparing Micron N25Q and M25PX Flash Devices TN-12-13 06/2012 Technical Note
Using XIP Modes in the Forte N25Q Flash Memory Device: (PDF 213.24 KB)This technical note explains how to implement eXecute in Place (XiP) functionality in an application based on the Numonyx Forte N25Q Flash memory device family. TN-12-07 06/2012 Technical Note
Migrating from Macronix MX25L25635E to Micron N25Q 256Mb Flash: (PDF 226.89 KB)Compares the features of the Macronix MX25L25635E and Micron N25Q (256Mb)Flash memory devices. TN-12-18 12/2011 Technical Note
Comparing Micron N25Q and Winbond W25Q Flash Devices: (PDF 201.88 KB)Tech Note Comparing Micron N25Q and Winbond W25Q Flash Devices TN-12-17 07/2011 Technical Note
Comparing Micron N25Q and SST SST26WF Flash Devices: (PDF 191.82 KB)Tech Note Comparing Micron N25Q and SST SST26WF Flash Devices TN-12-16 07/2011 Technical Note
Comparing Micron N25Q and Spansion S25FL Flash Devices: (PDF 197.96 KB)Technical Note Comparing Micron N25Q and Spansion S25FL Flash Devices TN-12-15 07/2011 Technical Note
Comparing Micron N25Q and Macronix MX25L Flash Devices: (PDF 203.35 KB)Technical Note Comparing Micron N25Q and Macronix MX25L Flash Devices TN-12-14 07/2011 Technical Note
Comparing Micron N25Q and M25P Flash Devices: (PDF 194.67 KB)Tech Note Comparing Micron N25Q and M25P Flash Devices TN-12-12 07/2011 Technical Note
Migrating to the N25Q 3V 128Mb uniform blocked device from the parameter block serial NOR Flash device: (PDF 244.77 KB)This technical note explains how to migrate from the Micron® N25Q 3V, 128Mb parameter blocks serial NOR Flash device to the N25Q 3V, 128Mb uniform, subsector erase serial NOR Flash device. TN-12-10 06/2011 Technical Note
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Industrial and Multimarket Application Memory Flyer: (PDF 398.61 KB) Our extensive and stable portfolio of IMM-focused memory solutions empower technology developments in automotive, industrial, medical, manufacturing, and other multimarket segments. 09/2014 Product Flyer
Nonvolatile Memory for Multiple Markets : (PDF 177.33 KB)Describes why Micron NVM is the best fit for your applications 01/2014 Product Flyer
Compatibility Guide for Micron Software Device Drivers Available on micron.com: (PDF 90.31 KB)This document lists the compatible NOR and NAND devices for the software device drivers available for download from micron.com. 11/2013 Product Flyer
Routing Guidelines for Micron’s HMC-15G-SR: (PDF 3.3 MB)Provides sound methods, proven solutions, and detailed PCB layout guidelines to enable successful designs using Micron’s HMC. TN-43-03 HMC TN-43-03 06/2013 Technical Note
Recommended Soldering Parameters: (PDF 173.37 KB)Defines the recommended soldering techniques and parameters for Micron Technology, Inc., products. TN-00-15 12/2012 Technical Note
Bypass Capacitor Selection for High-Speed Designs: (PDF 481.9 KB)Describes bypass capacitor selection for high-speed designs. TN-00-06 03/2011 Technical Note
Micron Wire-Bonding Techniques: (PDF 66.13 KB)This technical note provides guidance on wire bonding techniques for both nickel-palladium (NiPd) and aluminum (Al) bond pads on Micron products. TN-00-22 11/2010 Technical Note
Simplify Manufacturing by Using Automatic-Test-Equipment for On-Board Programming: (PDF 440.67 KB)This document describes using automatic-test-equipment (ATE) to program Numonyx NOR Flash memory components on a PCB. AN-629 11/2010 Technical Note
Introduction to On-Board Programming with Numonyx Flash Memory: (PDF 87.42 KB)This application note describes the strengths, limitations, programming methods, and design considerations for on-board programming of NOR Flash memory devices. AN-624 11/2010 Technical Note
Uprating of Semiconductors for High-Temperature Applications: (PDF 428.33 KB)Describes the issues associated with temperature uprating and the risks involved in using components and/or systems outside the manufacturer's environmental specifications TN-00-18 05/2010 Technical Note
Accelerate Design Cycles with Simulation Models: (PDF 206.91 KB)Micron supplies the tools and guidelines necessary to verify new designs prior to layout. This technical note discusses software model support, signal integrity optimization, and logic circuit design. TN-00-09 02/2010 Technical Note
Understanding Signal Integrity: (PDF 1.64 MB)Describes how memory design, test, and verification tools can be used to the greatest advantage, from conception of a new product through end of life TN-00-20 12/2009 Technical Note
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Micron Component and Module Packaging: (PDF 1.35 MB)Explanation of Micron packaging labels and procedures. CSN-16 11/2014 Customer Service Note
Product Marks/Product and Packaging Labels: (PDF 1.58 MB)Explains product part marking, and product and packaging labels. CSN-11 10/2014 Customer Service Note
Shipping Quantities: (PDF 1.22 MB)Provides standard part quantities for shipping. CSN-04 03/2014 Customer Service Note
RMA Procedures for Packaged Product and Bare Die Devices: (PDF 76.22 KB)Outlines standard returned material authorization (RMA) procedures, as well as the differences associated with bare die RMAs. CSN-07 01/2014 Customer Service Note
Wafer Packaging and Packaging Materials: (PDF 591.42 KB)Provides complete shipping and recycling information about each of the materials used for shipping Micron's products. CSN-20 11/2013 Customer Service Note
Thermal Applications: (PDF 246.79 KB)Describes some considerations in thermal applications for Micron memory devices TN-00-08 07/2013 Technical Note
Moisture Absorption in Plastic Packages: (PDF 97.08 KB)Describes shipping procedures for preventing memory devices from absorbing moisture and recommendations for baking devices exposed to excessive moisture TN-00-01 02/2013 Technical Note
Micron BGA Manufacturer's User Guide: (PDF 388.76 KB)Provides information to enable customers to easily integrate both leading-edge and legacy Micron's ball grid array (BGA) packages into their manufacturing processes. It is intended as a set of high-level guidelines and a reference manual describing typical package-related and manufacturing process-flow practices. CSN-33 12/2012 Customer Service Note
Electronic Data Interchange: (PDF 52.45 KB)Describes EDI transmission sets, protocol, and contacts. CSN-06 11/2012 Customer Service Note
PCN/EOL Systems: (PDF 79.21 KB)Explains Micron's product change notification and end-of-life systems. CSN-12 04/2012 Customer Service Note
Lead Frame Package User Guidelines: (PDF 245.66 KB)Discusses Micron's lead-frame package options CSN-30 05/2011 Customer Service Note
ESD Precautions for Die/Wafer Handling and Assembly: (PDF 120.81 KB)Describes the benefits of controlling ESD in the workplace, including higher yields and improved quality and reliability, resulting in reduced manufacturing costs. CSN-24 08/2010 Customer Service Note
Micron KGD Definitions: (PDF 65.52 KB)Describes the testing specifications and parameters for Micron's KGD-C1 and KGD-C2 DRAM die. CSN-22 07/2009 Customer Service Note
Bare Die SiPs and MCMs: (PDF 151.06 KB)Describes design considerations for bare die SiPs and MCMs. CSN-18 04/2009 Customer Service Note

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N25Q (16Mb, 32Mb, 64Mb, 128Mb, 256Mb, 512Mb, 1Gb) General Low-Level Driver v1.8: (ZIP 18.82 KB)General low-level driver for N25Q serial NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. SPI NOR N25Q 10/2014 NOR Flash Software
MT25Q (128Mb, 256Mb, 512Mb, 1Gb, 2Gb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 27.8 KB)General low-level driver for MT25Q serial NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. MT25Q - QLHS, QLJS, QLKS 03/2014 NOR Flash Software
M25PX (64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 15.4 KB)General low-level driver for M25PX serial NOR. SPI NOR 01/2013 NOR Flash Software
Serialize Function for the SPI Controller: (ZIP 5.55 KB)Provides the serialize function for the serial peripheral interface (SPI) controller for Micron’s serial Flash devices (NAND, NOR, and PCM). SPI NOR 12/2011 NOR Flash Software
M25PX (32Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 19.74 KB)General low-level driver for M25PX serial NOR. SPI NOR 11/2007 NOR Flash Software
S33 (16Mb, 32Mb, 64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 17.16 KB)General low-level driver for S33 serial NOR. SPI NOR 05/2006 NOR Flash Software
M25PE (1Mb, 2Mb, 4Mb, 8Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 17.48 KB)General low-level driver for M25PE serial NOR. SPI NOR 10/2005 NOR Flash Software
M25P (512Kb, 1Mb, 2Mb, 4Mb, 8Mb, 16Mb, 32Mb, 64Mb, 128Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 18.68 KB)General low-level driver for M25P serial NOR. SPI NOR 07/2005 NOR Flash Software
M45PE (1Mb, 2Mb, 4Mb, 8Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 16.78 KB)General low-level driver for M45PE serial NOR. SPI NOR 11/2004 NOR Flash Software
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M29W (128Mb, 256Mb, 512Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 30.96 KB)General low-level driver for 128Mb, 256Mb, and 512Mb M29W parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 02/2014 NOR Flash Software
M29DW (256Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 30.08 KB)General low-level driver for M29DW parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 01/2013 NOR Flash Software
M58W (64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 20.81 KB)General low-level driver for M58W parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 12/2012 NOR Flash Software
J3F (32Mb, 64Mb, 256Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 16.76 KB)General low-level driver for J3F parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 12/2012 NOR Flash Software
G18 (128Mb, 256Mb, 512Mb, 1Gb) and M18 (128Mb, 1Gb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 20.36 KB)General low-level driver for G18 and M18 parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 04/2012 NOR Flash Software
M28W E/EC (32Mb, 64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 20.29 KB)General low-level driver for M28W EC/FC parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 05/2011 NOR Flash Software
M29EW (32Mb, 64Mb, 128Mb, 256Mb, 512Mb, 1Gb, 2Gb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 29.33 KB)General low-level driver for M29EW parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 07/2010 NOR Flash Software
M29AW (512Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 28.47 KB)General low-level driver for M29AW parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 05/2010 NOR Flash Software
Enhanced Flash Drivers (EFD) for J3, J3vD, P30 and P33: (ZIP 61.82 KB)Enhanced driver for J3, J3vD, P30 and P33 parallel NOR. Download the user guide for the EFD here. 11/2009 NOR Flash Software
M29F (2Mb, 4Mb, 8Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 228.02 KB)General low-level driver for M29F parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 10/2009 NOR Flash Software
M29W G/GS (256Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 31.64 KB)General low-level driver for M29W G/GS parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 08/2009 NOR Flash Software
M29W E (16Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 21.88 KB)General low-level driver for M29W E parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 07/2009 NOR Flash Software
M29W G (128Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 31.44 KB)General low-level driver for M29W G parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 01/2008 NOR Flash Software
M29W G (64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 26.77 KB)General low-level driver for M29W G parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 07/2006 NOR Flash Software
M29W G (64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 28.13 KB)General low-level driver for M29W G parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 07/2006 NOR Flash Software
M29W E (32Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 25.3 KB)General low-level driver for M29W E parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 06/2006 NOR Flash Software
M29W F (128Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 28.86 KB)General low-level driver for M29W F parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 05/2006 NOR Flash Software
M29DW F (64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 35.32 KB)General low-level driver for M29DW parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 05/2006 NOR Flash Software
M29DW F (64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 25.39 KB)General low-level driver for M29DW parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 05/2006 NOR Flash Software
M29DW F (128Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 32.98 KB)General low-level driver for M29DW F parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 05/2006 NOR Flash Software
M29W F (64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 26.77 KB)General low-level driver for M29W F parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 05/2006 NOR Flash Software
M28W E/EC (16Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 18.58 KB)General low-level driver for M28W E/EC parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 01/2006 NOR Flash Software
W18 and W30 (16Mb, 32Mb, 64Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 22.04 KB)General low-level driver for W18 and W30 parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 04/2005 NOR Flash Software
L18 (128Mb, 256Mb) and L30 (64Mb, 128Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 22.89 KB)General low-level driver for L18 parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 04/2005 NOR Flash Software
K3 (64Mb, 128Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 22.12 KB)General low-level driver for K3 parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 04/2005 NOR Flash Software
C3 (8Mb, 16Mb, 32Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 32.34 KB)General low-level driver for C3 parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 04/2005 NOR Flash Software
M58BW BB/BDB (32Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 5.9 KB)General low-level driver for M58BW BB/BDB parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 01/2005 NOR Flash Software
M29W D (4Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 20.47 KB)General low-level driver for M29W D parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 07/2003 NOR Flash Software
M29W D (8Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 21 KB)General low-level driver for M29W D parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 05/2003 NOR Flash Software
M29DW D (32Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 26.09 KB)General low-level driver for M29DW D parallel NOR. Parallel NOR 03/2003 NOR Flash Software
M29W D (32Mb) General Low-Level Driver: (ZIP 22.98 KB)General low-level driver for M29W D parallel NOR. Download the technical note for this driver here. Parallel NOR 10/2001 NOR Flash Software
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Partnering With Freescale to Enable Internet of Things

April 28, 2014 by Wendy Lee-Kadlec

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! ...Read More

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