VISIT ALLIANCE MEMORY AT ELECTRONICA 2018
Be sure to visit Hall B5, Booth 526 in Munich, where we’ll be highlighting our new family of high-speed CMOS PSRAMs; our latest low-power SDRAM and mobile LPDDR solutions to extend battery life in mobile devices; and Cypress Semiconductor CY62256 low-power SRAMs, which we’ll be offering with their original part numbers into 2019. Learn more about Alliance Memory at electronica.
DISCONTINUED CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR CY62256 LOW POWER SRAMS OFFERED WITH ORIGINAL PART NUMBERS INTO 2019
Alliance Memory is collaborating with Cypress Semiconductor Corporation to help ensure ongoing availability of some of the CY62256 series 32k x 8 SRAMs, for which Cypress issued a product discontinuation notification with a last-time buy date of July 4, 2018. Pursuant to an arrangement between the companies, Alliance Memory will offer the popular devices with their original Cypress part numbers into 2019. Customers using the CY62256 may also at any time transition to Alliance Memory’s own direct replacement for this device, the AS6C62256 family, which is in stock at Digi-Key, Future, and Mouser.
NEW FAMILY OF HIGH-SPEED CMOS PSRAMS
Our lineup of high-speed CMOS PSRAMs includes devices with densities from 8Mb to 128Mb in 6.0 mm x 7.0 mm x 1.0 mm 48-ball FPBGA and 4.0 mm by 4.0 mm by 1.0 mm 49-ball FPBGA packages. The devices combine the most desirable features of SRAMs and DRAMs to provide designers with easy-to-use, low-power, and cost-effective memory solutions for wireless, automotive, networking, and industrial applications. Learn more . . .
ALLIANCE MEMORY INSIDE: ARDUINO MRK VIDOR 4000 DEVELOPMENT BOARD
Alliance Memory’s AS4C4M16A-7BCN 64MB SDRAM is being utilized by Arduino for one of its latest single-board computers, which was demonstrated recently in a machine vision application at the Maker Faire Bay Area 2018. In addition to the Alliance Memory device, the new Arduino MKR VIDOR 4000 features 2MB of QSPI Flash (1MB for user applications), a Micro HDMI connector, a MIPI camera connector, Wi-Fi and BLE powered by U-BLOX NINA W10 Series, the classic MKR interface on which all pins are driven both by an SAMD21 and an FPGA, and a MiniPCI Express connector with up to 25 user programmable pins. Arduino’s boards allow anyone to build digital devices and interactive objects that can sense and control objects in the physical and digital world. The MKR VIDOR 4000 is available now from Mouser. Read more on the Mouser website . . .