Sidense OTP Memory IP Enables 65nm Mobile Handset Chip - Embedded.com

Sidense OTP Memory IP Enables 65nm Mobile Handset Chip

Sidense announced that its 1T-OTP one-time programmable (OTP) memory IP is available for customer designs at the 65nm process node. Sidense is the first embedded OTP vendor to announce high density (above 1 Mbit) product availability for both standard-logic and low-power 65nm implementation.

Sidense's OTP memory was selected for use in ParkerVision's 65nm d2p mobile handset solution, leveraging the small size, low power, and speed of programming of the solution.

The 1T-OTP offers low power, a small footprint and high security technology for embedded non-volatile memory arrays. The silicon-proven, 'foundry friendly' OTP lets designers choose from a wide range of foundries and processes for implementing their devices.

Sidense SiPROM NVM arrays, based on the Company's patented 1T-Fuse technology, have been silicon proven in 65nm for both standard-logic and low-power processes and are available in densities up to 8 Mbits. Memory arrays are available from 180nm down to 55nm at many popular foundries.

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