Non-volatile Memory with very small operating current
(Resistive Random Access Memory)
Our ReRAM features the industry's smallest read current. It's optimal for battery-operated small wearable devices like hearing aids
ReRAM which stands for Resistive Random Access Memory is a non-volatile memory with excellent features as low power consumption and fast write. This memory has the industry's smallest read current and optimal for wearable devices and hearing aids.
The ReRAM has a simple structure of metal oxide placed between electrodes and its manufacturing process is very simple. It records "1 or 0" of data by massive changes in resistance created applying a pulse voltage a metal oxide thin film.
The following document introduces the overview of ReRAM in detail.
Usage Cases (Applications)
|Part Number||Datasheet||Memory Density||Power Supply Voltage||Operating Freq.||Operating Temp.||Read current||Read cycle||Package||Product Details||Availability|
|MB85AS12MT||12Mbit||1.6 to 3.6V||10MHz||-40 to +85℃||Max 1.0mA||Unlimited||WLCSP-11||ES samples|
|MB85AS8MT||8Mbit||1.6 to 3.6V||10MHz||-40 to +85℃||Max 0.7mA||Unlimited||WLCSP-11||In production|
* Interface is SPI.
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