Latest SRAM, DRAM, Flash and storage memory ICs lineup

16-05-2022 | Alliance Memory | Semiconductors

Alliance Memory has announced its technology lineup for Embedded World 2022. The company will highlight its latest SRAM, DRAM, flash, and storage memory ICs for embedded platforms.

"It's been more than two years since Alliance Memory has exhibited at an in-person trade show," said David Bagby, president and CEO of Alliance Memory. "During that time, we've been proudly supporting the European market with a reliable source of legacy memory chips that were otherwise in short supply, especially our Micron Technology flash devices, which we've been able to keep in stock due to our special relationship with the company. But the long wait is finally over, and we're excited to meet up with our valued distributors and customers again at Embedded World 2022. We can't wait to see everyone in Nuremberg."

On display will be its latest offering for the embedded market includes 4GB and 8GB industrial grade eMMC solutions for solid-state storage in industrial, consumer, and networking applications. The devices each combine NAND flash memory with an eMMC controller and FTL management software in a single 11.5mm x 13mm 153-ball FBGA package. Compliant with the JEDEC eMMC v5.1 industry standard, the eMMCs support features such as boot operation, RPMB, device health report, field firmware updates, power-off notification, enhanced strobe features for faster and more reliable operation, write leveling, HPI, secure trim/erase, and high-speed HS200 and HS400 modes.

They will also be highlighting high-speed CMOS mobile low-power SDRAMs providing on-chip ECC. With low-voltage operation of 1.1V and 0.6V, respectively, the LPDDR4 and LPDDR4x devices increase battery life in portable electronics for the commercial, consumer, and industrial markets, including tablets, wearables, smart speakers, smartphones, and other IoT devices using AI and 5G technologies.

To satisfy the growing demand for SPI NAND flash memory products in the automotive, communications, industrial, and consumer electronic markets, it will be exhibiting its AS5F series of 1.8V to 3V devices with densities from 1Gb to 8Gb and high-speed clock frequencies up to 120MHz.

In addition, the company will showcase its AS25F line of 3V multiple input/output serial NOR flash memory products, which are intended to offer supply continuity for Micron Technology customers using discontinued N25Q series devices.

Embedded World 2022, Hall 1, Stand 639, June 21-23, Nuremberg, Germany.

By Natasha Shek