Micron Technology today announced its newest embedded SLC NAND Flash optimized for the Internet of Things (IoT) and automotive applications. Available with differing interfaces to accommodate design, Micron's second generation Serial (SPI) NAND and fifth generation parallel SLC NAND, offers reliability and read and program performance, ease of design and security features.
For drop-in compatibility in both legacy and new applications, new features and enhancements include:
Reliability, program and read performance delivers optimal data retention and fast boot with 133Mhz SPI3 interface
2x nm NAND with program and read performance and reliability (10 year uncycled data retention at 85°C and 100K P/E) for small form factor fanless designs and storage of critical boot code in environments including automotive
On-die error correction code (ECC) supported for both parallel NAND and SPI interfaces
Security features include permanent block locking and one time programmable data (OTP) capability, ensure protection of connected industrial, consumer, home and automotive applications
Low pin count SPI NAND interface reduces cost while enabling cost-effective code and data storage option in small form factors
1, 2, and 4 Gb densities are available in SPI and parallel NAND product solutions.