Low-power 64 Mbit flash chips from AMD
AMD announced the shipments of low-power 64 Mbit flash chips, optimized for PDAs, 2.5G / 3G mobile phones, etc.
New Am29BDS640G require 1.8 V and are designed using FlexBank architecture. They support synchronous read/write and have a high-performance interface. Random access time is 70 ns, synchronous access time 13.5 ns.
New chips are also made in MCP design with 8MB or 16MB 1.8 V SRAM, that enables mobile phone designers to simplify and lighten their products.
64 Mbit 1.8 V AMD Am29BDS640G chips are made using 0.17-micron process technology. Am29BDS640G are shipped in small-sized 80-pin FBGA (Fine Pitch Ball Grid Array) package and in MCP (multi-chip package) design (Am29BDS640G + 8 or 16 MB SRAM). Chips´ MTBF is 1 million write/erase cycles, minimum 20 years of data storage at 25°. In 10,000 consignments Am29BDS640G will cost 10 $10.75 per chip.
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