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New Electronics strives to bring you all the latest technology news from the Memory sector. Advances in electronics are often fast-paced and innovative, so we know that as a design engineer you want to be kept up-to-date with current developments.

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Subaru Saves 2,000 Man Hours with PXI-Based Hybrid Vehicle Testing

PXI has long been established as the de facto standard for building automated test systems, but its uses stretch beyond solely manufacturing or production test. With the PXI platform’s capability for running real-time operating systems or deploying code to FPGAs, it is also well suited to use earlier in the development process, particularly for complex devices like electronic control units (ECUs) and full authority digital electronics control (FADEC) systems.

Top 10 considerations when choosing memory

Nexus GB, the exclusive UK distributor of Datakey Electronics' range of rugged portable memory products, has produced a checklist of issues that OEMs should consider before integrating portable memory into a new design.

Creating flash memories with more bits per cell

Moore's Law is the heartbeat of the semiconductor industry. Driven by its prediction that the number of transistors on a given area of silicon will double every 18 months, the industry has continued to move designs to ever smaller processes.

From fad to fashion

Silicon on insulator wafers are rapidly gaining ground as the next ‘must have’ process technology. By Louise Joselyn.

Bit players

Spansion looks to stand out from the herd with 8bit per cell flash. By Paul Dempsey.

Refresh your memory

With the increasing number of variants available, how do you select the right memory solution for your application? By Philip Ling.

Paging 1T memory

The need for more memory in a smaller form factor in mobile ’phones is pushing development of 1T srams. By Rajesh Manapat and Manoj Roge.

Bursting through

Meeting the needs of modern high bandwidth communications and networking applications. By Helmut Schock.

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