News Release from: MoSys
Edited by the Electronicstalk Editorial Team on 17 April 2002
Matsushita joins the 1T-SRAM fan club
Matsushita Communication has licensed MoSys' 1T-SRAM technology to implement ultra-dense high- performance memory in future communications IC products.
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Matsushita Communication has licensed MoSys' 1T-SRAM technology to implement ultra-dense high- performance memory in future communications IC products. Matsushita Communication is a principal subsidiary of Matsushita Electric, and specialises in three business areas: mobile communications, automotive multimedia and system solutions. "I am impressed to see the growing number of tier one companies that have been adopting MoSys' 1T-SRAM embedded memory technology for their future product designs in the important consumer and communications market segments", commented Sherry Garber, senior vice president at Semico Research.
"As memory proportion continues to increase beyond half of the die area on SoC products, one of the most important decisions for designers is selection of the best embedded memory technology to optimise the cost and quality of their products".
"As the industry continues to embed larger and larger quantities of high-performance memory on SoC designs, 1T-SRAM enables customers to reach new levels of performance, quality and cost that cannot be achieved with other embedded memory technologies", noted Mark-Eric Jones, vice president and general manager of intellectual property at MoSys.
"We are pleased to provide MCI with our 1T-SRAM technology as they build the ICs supporting the next generation of communications applications".
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