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Teledyne e2v releases the industry’s first CBRAM for space

(10 April 2018 - Teledyne e2v) Teledyne e2v is pleased to announce the availability of the 512Kb CBRAM (TDRM24C512C-L), an ultra-low power, non-volatile memory (NVM) based on resistive RAM technology that can be used in aerospace and defense applications.

The TDRM24C512C-L uses Adesto Technologies’ proprietary CBRAM (Conductive Bridging RAM) technology and provides system designers a faster and lower power alternative to legacy serial EEPROMs. The TDRM24C512C-L was designed on a process that has shown to be radiation tolerant, making it a good choice for satellites and other high-altitude applications.

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The industry's first CBRAM for space (courtesy: Teledyne e2v)

“Teledyne provides many types of semiconductors qualified for various ruggedized environmental requirements,” said Mont Taylor VP Business Development Manager at Teledyne e2v. “We’re pleased to be able to incorporate CBRAM technology into our product offerings and excited to provide very low power memory to help customers reduce power requirements on satellites and save cost.”

Teledyne e2v’s Hi-Rel resistive memory offers a 100K write cycle endurance and data retention of greater than 40 years at 125°C. The memory is available now and is packaged in a 10-lead Ceramic Flat Package.

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