Freescale adds 2Mbit devices to growing MRAM portfolio

Freescale Semiconductor, a global leader in the design and manufacture of embedded semiconductors, has introduced a series of 2Mbit magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) devices, providing designers a broader portfolio of MRAM products for a range of commercial, industrial and automotive applications. The 2Mbit MRAM replaces two current 1Mbit nvRAM parts with a single device designed to help reduce system cost and board area.

The 2Mbit devices round out Freescale's award-winning MRAM family of products with a choice of commercial, industrial and extended temperature ranges (operating from -40o to 105oC). MRAM devices are well-suited for a variety of applications, such as networking, security, data storage, gaming and printers. The extended temperature version is suitable for use in rugged application environments, such as military, aerospace and automotive designs.

Posted: Aug 15,2007 by Ron Mertens