As China-made NAND flash memory makes breakthroughs, China's NOR flash memory is also moving forward.
Wuhan Xinxin Semiconductor Manufacturing (XMC) started mass production and shipping of its 50nm process, floating-gate NOR flash memory, with capacities ranging from 16Mb to 256Mb, and an operating temperature range of -40℃ to 105℃.
NOR flash memory is different from NAND flash memory, with performance and capacity behind the latter, but with high reliability.
Currently, it is mainly used in embedded fields, such as automotive electronics and Internet of Things.
XMC is one of the major NOR flash memory suppliers in China.
The world's mainstream NOR flash process is still at 90-65nm, but XMC's mass production of 50nm NOR flash is already very advanced.
The latest products are mainly Floating Gate SPI NOR Flash wide voltage products. The Series XM25QWxxC Flash memory supports low-power, wide-voltage operation. It provides a flexible design solution for IoT, wearable devices and other power-sensitive applications.
The XM25QWxxC family of flash memory can read at speeds of up to 133MHz (at 1.65V to 3.6V) over a voltage range of 1.65V to 3.6V. (supported in all single/dual/quadruple and QPI modes) with an operating temperature range of -40°C to 105°C.
Clock speed does not slow down at all when the supply voltage drops, and the transfer rate can outperform 8- and 16-bit parallel flash.
Efficient memory access is achieved in sequential read mode, requiring only 8 clock instruction cycles to read 24-bit addresses, thus enabling Realize true XIP (execute in place) operation.
Founded in 2006, XMC provides professional 12-inch wafer foundry services to customers worldwide. XMC specializes in the development and manufacturing of NOR Flash and CMOS image sensor chips.
Currently, XMC has offices in Shanghai, Suzhou, Shenzhen, and Japan to provide business and technical support to customers in China and around the world. Technical Service.
XMC is one of the world's leading suppliers of NOR Flash in China and covers the global commercial and industrial markets. Wu
Hanxin's CMOS image sensor chip combines the advantages of high performance and low power consumption and is widely used in the smartphone market.