The performance aids designers to meet the ever increasing demands of In-vehicle entertainment, automotive cluster, and IoT.
By combining JSC's OctaRAM and MXIC's OctaFlash components on the shared bus, chipset providers can reduce controller pincount, accommodate smaller packages, simplify PCB designs, and potentially replace or reduce DRAM, resulting in cost savings while improving performance.
With the rapid development of "Internet of Things", the content of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) used in automobiles is increasing steadily.
According to a survey conducted by Gartner, automotive semiconductor market will show strong growth over the period from 2016 (32.3 billion dollars) to 2020 (42.4 billion dollars), with a compound annual growth rate of up to 7.1%, surpassing the 3.7% growth rate in the overall semiconductor market.
The newly-released OctaRAM is the next-generation series of Pseudo SRAM memory based on the x8 I/O Serial interface. OctaRAM uses the same footprint and interface as OctaFlash, thereby minimizing design costs as compared with other products on the market which adopt a completely new interface.
Meeting the ever-increasing demand for vehicle telematics bandwidth, OctaRAM provides the fast read access operation frequency in the industry, 200MHz, and supports DTR (Double Transfer Rate) configurations by allowing a maximum transfer rate of 400MB/s.
The OctaRAM product line offers both 1.8V and 3.0V options, covering 32Mb, 64Mb, 128Mb densities.
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