Learn how to adopt the new generation of low-voltage serial Flash ICs



As the Flash market prepares to standardize on new low-voltage ICs, Winbond – the world’s biggest supplier of serial NOR and serial NAND Flash – has demonstrated the feasibility of producing high-performance serial Flash ICs that operate from supply voltages as low as 1.2V. The new 1.2V and extended 1.5V parts are supplied in 2mm x 3mm USON and a narrow 150mil 8-pin SOP. This SOP package is footprint-compatible with the popular WSON 6x5 package style used in Winbond’s 1.8V Flash devices.

In this on-demand webinar you will learn how designers are provided with the flexibility to use low-voltage and low-power serial Flash devices to simplify their power circuitry, with the additional benefit of saving power. 

Speaker

  • William Chen is Deputy Director of Flash Memory Product Marketing Division.


 


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