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Graham Bell
Graham Bell
Graham is Sr. Director of Marketing at Real Intent. He has over 20 years experience in the design automation industry. Occasionally he writes blogs for the Dominion of Design. The views and opinions expressed in this blog are his alone and not those of his employer.

Non Volatile Memory IP for Analog and Mixed Signal Design

January 25th, 2012 by Graham Bell

This presentation “Non Volatile Memory IP for Analog and Mixed Signal Design” was presented at the TowerJazz Global Symposium, November 3rd at the TowerJazz headquarters in Newport Beach, California. The presenter is Bernd Stamme, Director of Marketing and Applications at Kilopass Technology Inc. in Santa Clara, California. His 20 minute presentation provides a comparison of various non-volatile memory IP (intellectual property) blocks that can be used on an integrated circuit to contain data that must be preserved when power is removed. This information might include user identification, secure codes for accessing digital rights management and others.

Categories: Analog Mixed/Signal, KiloPass, NVM

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