News Release from: MoSys
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 8 October 2001
Virata licenses 1T-SRAM technology from MoSys
Virata has licensed MoSys' 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology, which will be incorporated in Virata's future products.
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Virata has licensed MoSys' 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology, which will be incorporated in Virata's future products. Virata's family of communication ICs integrates its communications software and processors with the goal to simplify its customers' product development. "Virata's Integrated Software on Silicon platform offers broadband communication software and complex SoCs with large on-chip memory for embedded firmware", said Trevor Coleman, vice president of product marketing for Virata.
"Virata has evaluated MoSys' 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology and selected MoSys for its unique performance, density and power capabilities not available from other technologies".
To date, MoSys 1T-SRAM technology has been silicon-proven in five process generations and is in volume production in three process technologies.
Communications and consumer product developers have benefited from MoSys' ultra dense high performance 1T-SRAM memory.
As Virata deepens the level of integration on its chips, this new agreement allows it to embed the increasing amounts of memory needed to meet customer demand for cost-effective, high-performance communications devices.
"We are very pleased that Virata has chosen MoSys' 1T-SRAM technology as it continues its steady rollout of products for the broadband access market", noted Mark-Eric Jones, vice president and general manager of intellectual property at MoSys.
"1T-SRAM memory is becoming established as the most cost-effective solution for SoC embedded memory".
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