Serial NOR flash memories are in SOP8 narrow body packages
Alliance Memory has expanded its portfolio of 3V multiple I/O serial NOR flash memory products with new 4Mbit and 16Mbit devices in the SOP8 narrow body (150mils) package.
The 4Mbit AS25F304MD-10S1IN and 16Mbit AS25F316MQ-10S1IN combine fast read performance up to 104MHz with fast program and erase times down to 1.1ms and 2.6ms, respectively.
The devices operate from a single 2.7V to 3.6V power supply over an industrial temperature range of -40 to +85 degrees C. The AS25F304MD-10S1IN offers support for single and dual SPI operation, while the AS25F316MQ-10S1IN also has support for the quad SPI mode. The memories offer maximum erase/program currents down to 1.3mA and maximum read currents down to 3.7mA at 104MHz. They also provide reliable, long term performance with 100,000 program / erase cycles and 20 year data retention.
The devices support uniform 4Kbyte or 32Kbyte or 64Kbyte erase and feature program / erase suspend and resume. The AS25F316MQ-10S1IN also offers an eight, 16, 32 and 64-byte wrap-around burst read mode.
There are also advanced security features include block protection, 128-bit unique ID for each device, a discoverable parameters (SFDP) register, and 4kbit secured one time programmable (OTP) to protect content from hostile access and inadvertent programming and erasing.
The serial NOR flash memory products are designed to meet the demands of the computer, consumer, communications, and IoT markets. They can be used for chipsets for hard drives, DVD and Blu-ray players, wireless LANs and cable modems, printers, set-top boxes, LCD displays, digital cameras, Bluetooth devices, handheld GPS units and smart meters, said Alliance Memory.
Samples and production quantities of the 3V serial NOR flash memory products are available now, with lead times of 8 to 12 weeks.
Alliance Memory provides critical and hard-to-find memory ICs for the communications, computing, consumer electronics, medical, automotive and industrial markets.
The company’s product range includes flash, DRAM, and SRAM memory ICs with commercial, industrial, and automotive operating temperature ranges and densities from 64kbit to 128Gbyte.
Alliance Memory is privately held, with headquarters in Kirkland, Washington, and regional offices in Europe, Asia, Canada, and South America