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F-RAM products add package, temperature range alternatives

22 Sep 2014

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Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has enhanced its ferroelectric random access memory (F-RAM) portfolio with a 44-pin TSOPII package option for its 1Mbit parallel asynchronous interface F-RAM and an extended temperature range of

-40?C to 105?C for its 2Mbit serial peripheral interface (SPI) F-RAM.

The latest package option enables pin-to-pin replacement for standard battery-backed SRAM solutions for mission-critical applications in industrial automation, computing, , and automotive electronics. F-RAM's claimed inherent nonvolatility provides instant data capture and retention for 100 years with no batteries, resulting in reduced system cost and complexity.

The extended temperature range for the 2Mbit SPI F-RAM aims to address the challenging operating conditions faced in many high-performance applications in harsh environments.




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