NEW PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENTS
New 16Gb DDR4 SDRAM
We’ve expanded its portfolio of CMOS DDR4 SDRAMs with a new 16Gb device in the 96-ball FBGA package. The new AS4C1G16D4-062BCN delivers improved performance over previous-generation DDR3 SDRAMs, with lower power consumption and higher speeds and transfer rates. Read more . . .
New low power asynchronous 1Mb and 4Mb SRAM (LPSRAM) products with feature embedded error-correction code (ECC). Compared to previous-generation devices, the new AS6CE1016A (1Mb) and AS6CE4016B (4Mb) offer better failure in time (FIT) and mean time to failure (MTTF) characteristics with reduced soft error rates (SER). Read more . . .
1.8V, 128Mb Multiple I/O Serial NOR Flash Memory
We’ve expanded our AS25F series of multiple input/output serial NOR flash memory products with two new 1.8V, 128Mb devices. The AS25F1128MQ-70SIN and AS25F1128MQ-70WIN combine fast read performance up to 133MHz with fast page program and sector erase times of 0.3ms and 60ms typical, respectively. Read more . . .
DIMA LUPILIN JOINS THE ALLIANCE MEMORY TEAM
We’re happy to announce that Dima Lupilin has joined Alliance Memory as sales director for California, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia, and Spain. In his new role, Dima is responsible for providing industry-leading support for the company’s extensive customer base in these territories, including identifying the most cost-effective parts from our product line-up for any given application. In addition, he works closely with distribution partners to address any supply issues customers may be experiencing. You can reach him at email@example.com.
ECLIPSE TECHNOLOGIES TO SUPPORT ALLIANCE MEMORY CUSTOMERS IN WISCONSIN AND ILLINOIS
Eclipse Technologies Inc., a Milwaukee-based manufacturers’ representative for electronic components, is now offering Alliance Memory’s entire lineup of SRAM, DRAM, embedded multi-media card (eMMC), and flash memory ICs to its customers throughout Wisconsin and Illinois. Read more . . .
LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
The SRAM market in particular is very interesting for us right now. New customers are coming to us with reports of long lead times and not getting deliveries from our competitors. (If this sounds familiar and we haven’t talked yet, please just reply to this E-mail to start the conversation.) We’re actively shipping them the SRAM product they need and looking to support them as long as needed with our good wafer supply backup. I won’t be surprised, in fact, if Q1 2023 turns out to be our best quarter for SRAMs ever.
The DRAM market presents a mixed picture right now. But overall, we’re very positive moving forward in 2023. The flash market remains new and exciting for us, and we’re coming out with new products all the time. Even though we’re still seeing some inventory corrections, we’re beginning the year with a solid customer base, great distribution partners, and a plentiful inventory both in wafers as well as finished goods. We’re seeing every reason to be positive about the rest of 2023. What about you?
Stay safe and thanks as always for your support.
President and CEO