Hynix expands Pseudo SRAM product line up for mobile applications
Hynix Semiconductors Inc., announced successful
validation of its Pseudo SRAM for next-generation mobile applications from multiple
customers. As a result, Hynix is expecting a significant increase in its Pseudo
SRAM revenue for the remainder of this year and projects $100M in Pseudo SRAM
sales for 2004.
Hynix is currently mass-producing its16M and 32M Pseudo SRAM devices using
its 0.15-micron process technology. The firm expects to begin mass production
of its 64M-density device by first quarter of next year. The Hynix Pseudo SRAMs
support supply and I/O voltages ranging from 1.8 to 3.0 volts, 75-ns or 85-ns
access times and can go as low as 2-microamps in deep power down mode.
Hynix has already begun supplying low-power DRAMs for adoption in next-generation
mobile application and will begin mass production of its NAND Flash by the first
quarter of next year.
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