Company Winbond has introduced the industry’s first flash memory of the NOR type, operating at a supply voltage of 1.2 V
Company Winbond Electronics yesterday announced the release of the chips flash memory SpiFlash, which are of very low power consumption. According to the manufacturer, the industry’s first flash memory of the NOR type, operating at a supply voltage of 1.2 V (valid range of 1.14-1.3 V). At the same time released the chip flash memory type is NOR designed to supply voltage of 1.5 V (the valid range of 1.14-1.6 In).
Chip in vasilivitch buildings also turned out to be very small. The combination of small size and low power consumption makes the new memory is suitable for wearable and mobile devices, and IOT devices. Chip support interfaces and QSPI QPI. The data transfer rate as high as 52 MB/s. In the active state, current consumption is 2 mA, sleep mode — less than 0.5 µa. The chip is designed to work in temperatures ranging from -40°C to +85°C.
The first model of the series — W25Q80NE density 8 Mbit, designed for a supply voltage of 1.2 V is already available in the study samples. Other models in density from 1 Mbit to 128, and also a chip designed for a supply voltage of 1.5 V, will appear later. For serial supplies manufacturer expects to begin in early 2018.