Winbond flash memory's low-power features are ideal for wireless applications like the Netgear Arlo camera security system, where low-power consumption and large memory density are essential. Check out this teardown to learn more!
Winbond’s SpiFlash memories are available in a wide range of densities, ranging from 512 Kilobit to 512 Megabit, and in a variety of packages types. Serial flash memories, highly valued for their low pin count enabling design simplicity.
Pseudo SRAM (PSRAM) devices are experiencing a design revival with the adoption of wearable devices. Also known as CellularRAMTM, PSRAM were widely used in feature mobile phones. A typical IoT wearable design requires low power for extended battery life.
Winbond Electronics Corporation, leading supplier of semiconductor solutions for consumer, computer, communications and electronics products markets, announces their 25Q Serial Flash memory family, including the W25Q256JW (256M-bit).
A security feature of Winbond W74M devices involves a multi-layer authentication process. Authentication is performed as needed and is initiated by the host. Use standard serial flash to easily upgrade their system security using the same footprint.
Understandably, the essentials of storage standards are being pushed by unprecedented characteristics like easy integration, sleek packaging size, low power, and high-density interface.
Winbond Multi-Chip Package (MCP) memories are known for the critical features and functions they bring to designers, including high performance, power efficiency, wide temperature and density ranges, and small package sizes.
Winbond’s product portfolio, including mobile DRAM, specialty DRAM and Code Flash Storage, is widely used by tier-1 customers in consumer, communication, computer peripheral and automotive markets. Download the 2017 Product Selection Guide now!
Winbond Electronics Corporation, a leading supplier of semiconductor solutions to the consumer, computer, communications and electronics product markets, offers mobile DRAM solutions to extend memory applications beyond mobile phones and tablets.
The need of the hour for IoT is a flash product that goes past the existing benchmark of typical consumer gear, leveraging design flexibility in extremely challenging environments. Understandably, a lot varies on the application of memory.