President and CEO David Bagby discusses Alliance Memory’s response to COVID-19. Read more
Alliance Memory announces that the company is now the authorized source for genuine M29F (AM29F, MX29F) 5V parallel NOR Flash devices from Micron Technology, Inc. [Read more]
Alliance Memory has expanded its product offering with a new line of high-speed CMOS DDR4 SDRAMs. New lower power consumption and faster data transfer rates in 96-ball and 78-ball FBGAs. [Read more]
Alliance Memory’s SDRAM portfolio features a wide variety of components that combine low power consumption with power-saving features to extend battery life in mobile devices. [Read more]
2020 Product Catalog
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Struggling with EOL replacements? Check out our new lines of replacement parts.
- Cypress CY62256 Replacements
- Micron 8G DDR3L Support and Replacements
- Micron M29F NOR Flash
- Micron M45PE Serial NOR Flash
- Micron N25Q Serial NOR Flash
Alliance BulletinsCoronavirus in China – Alliance Memory Inc Statement. At this moment time, there is no disruption to the Alliance Memory supply-chain. Our lead times remain at stock to 8 weeks for our products. We will provide regular updates if the situation changes. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones that sadly lost their lives to this unfortunate viral outbreak.
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From The President
President and CEO David Bagby looks back on a great year for Alliance Memory. Read more
Highlights include our Embedded World 2020 photo album and a new A die option for the AS4C64M32MD1 2Gb low-power, high-speed mobile CMOS DDR SDRAM, while president and CEO David Bagby discusses Alliance Memory’s response to COVID-19. [Read more]
Highlights include our new 4Gb DDR4 SDRAMs, an introduction to new India country manager Ramesh Varadharajan, a look forward to Embedded World 2020, and an end-of-the-year letter by Alliance Memory president and CEO David Bagby. [Read more]