On May 21 a government agency in China issued a ruling to prevent Micron Technology products from being used in systems that handle critical information. This is the outcome of an investigation that the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) opened in March, accusing the company of cybersecurity crimes.
This Memory Guy blog post examines the impact of Continue reading “Micron Closed Out of Some China Markets”
Infineon recently introduced a NOR flash chip with an LPDDR interface. Some clients have asked The Memory Guy: “Why would Infineon have done that?”
After all, LPDDR is mostly used in cell phones, and these boot from the enormous NAND flash that’s already in the phone. A byte of NAND is a couple of orders of magnitude cheaper than a byte of NOR, so a cell phone’s not going to use this part.
Infineon tells us that their target market is Continue reading “Infineon Introduces NOR with an LPDDR Interface”